Ask Cabot is a way for the public, landowners, activists, information-seekers and community leaders to communicate in an open and transparent way with Cabot. It is a two-fold approach: there is an Ask Cabot page on our home page where anyone can email us a question along with the #AskCabot hashtag on Twitter that we monitor for questions and answers.
To participate, simply log into Twitter (or create an account), ask us a question and be sure to type in “#AskCabot” somewhere in your tweet. Once you send the tweet, we can track all submissions and will respond with the answers to as many as possible.
Yep. Nothing is off-limits as long as it falls within the guidelines listed below. We encourage open learning and want to help individuals grasp concepts. No abuse towards the company, our employees or towards any individuals participating in Ask Cabot will be tolerated.
We will try to answer as many questions as possible. If several questions are asked about the same topic we will choose one and answer it, so be sure to check our timeline for an answer. If you tweet a question that was not answered, please visit our Ask Cabot page and submit your question there.
- Do not use profanity, offensive or threatening language when tweeting for the contest. We will treat each participant with respect and only ask that you do the same.
- Any abusive language targeted at Cabot, its employees, landowners or friends will not be tolerated. At a minimum, violators will be blocked.
- Spamming of any kind results in immediate blocking of the Twitter handle along with being reported for spam.
- Only one tweet per Twitter handle will be eligible for an answer each week of #AskCabot, so make your questions count!