Peter Facinelli Joins Energizer In Support Of National Park Week [PHOTOS]

Everyone’s favorite daddy vampire doctor (Twilight) and kooky doctor (Nurse Jackie), Peter Facinelli, headed to the Grand Canyon for a myriad of reasons.

The actor enjoys camping with his three daughters and wife, Jennie Garth, and feels that preserving America’s national parks is important because the great outdoors means so much to him. Peter has teamed up with Energizer to help a group of Grand Canyon National Park campers stay connected and powered when camping off the grid with Energizer’s latest solar and outdoor products. The event is part of the company’s national launch of the now that’s positivenergy™ campaign.

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Yesterday (April 19), Peter joined a group of Grand Canyon campers in an event demonstrating how the latest outdoor products can help power camping experiences more responsibly.

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From April 16 through April 24, the country celebrates National Park Week. Not only can everyone receive free admission to all national parks this week, but people can also text BUNNY to 27722 to trigger a $1.00 donation from Energizer to the National Park Foundation, up to $50,000. Energizer’s goal is to donate $400,000 to the National Park Foundation this spring, and the public can help them get there.

Right now in stores specially-marked Energizer products contain a special code so when someone buys three participating products, he or she can go online to and redeem the codes for a $10 reward toward a national park adventure or elect for Energizer to donate the reward directly to the National Park Foundation.

For the people who prefer to get more hands-on, they can RSVP to join a now that’s positivenergy™ national park volunteer event by visiting or and clicking on the Parks tab. While there, visitors also have the power to select one of the park recipients through an online vote, which runs from Monday, April 18, through Friday, May 13. Each park hosting an event will receive a grant from Energizer and a donation of responsible power solutions including solar panels, chargers, batteries, solar lights and other lighting products.