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L&P Offering $2 Off LED Holiday Light Set Coupons!
(Traverse City, Michigan) —Traverse City Light & Power (L&P) is providing another opportunity to its customers to save money and reduce electricity use in this month’s bill insert. The insert provides two-$2 off high efficiency light emitting diode (LED) holiday light set coupons that can be used for all varieties of LED light sets. The coupons are redeemable at Lowe’s on N US-31 S and ACE Hardware Co. on Front Street until December 31, 2010.
LED holiday lights, when compared to incandescent lights, use up to 90% less energy and last longer. LED bulbs produce little heat and remain cool to the touch. They also have no filament, so a single burned-out bulb will not darken an entire string of bulbs.
“Although LED lights may be a more costly option than purchasing incandescent holiday lights, the energy savings and longevity of the lights make them a worthy investment” said Jim Cooper, L&P’s Manger of Communications and Energy Services.
Also in this month’s bill insert, L&P customers will find information on $10
home energy analyses that can reduce electric bills, the Grand Vision’s 2011 Regional Energy Expo, free 2011 energy savings calendars and the dates and location for recycling Christmas trees.
L&P customers can pick up additional LED holiday light coupons at the L&P billing desk in the Governmental Center (400 Boardman Ave.), Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Traverse City Light & Power (www.tclp.org) is a community-owned,
community-focused municipal utility that offers energy at low rates in the region to over 11,000 customers in Traverse City, and parts of Blair, East Bay, Elmwood, Garfield, Peninsula and Paradise townships.