|By Marketwired .||
|September 19, 2013 08:50 AM EDT||
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 09/19/13 -- Raymond Saluccio, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of SolarCure (www.solarcure.us) announced a campaign geared to provide renewable and sustainable energy alternatives to Veterans' organizations and facilities located in Woodbridge Township.
CEO Saluccio noted that SolarCure, a "cause marketing" company headquartered in Woodbridge, has plans to install a solar panel array on the premises of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Memorial Post #6061, located in the Colonia section of Woodbridge Township. Community businesses will be engaged to support Post #6061 through the SolarCure 'Adopt a Solar Panel' program and that the SolarCure 'Adopt a Solar Panel' program enhances on-line 'brand reputation' through the distribution and use of innovative search engine optimized (SEO) press releases and social media techniques.
"Through the visionary leadership of Woodbridge Mayor John E .McCormac, the Woodbridge Municipal Council, and the Township Administration, Woodbridge Township has earned a well-deserved national reputation as a municipal leader promoting green and renewable energy," Saluccio said. "As a Woodbridge-based business, we are honored to play a role in helping both the environment and the well-being of the men and women of the U.S. Armed Services who continue to stand the watch in defense of our national interests. The 'Adopt a Solar Panel Program' will allow the Colonia VFW Post #6061 to operate with little or no energy cost in addition to not paying for the actual cost of installation."
Mayor McCormac announced that the SolarCure 'Adopt a Solar Panel' program, located in the Greenable Woodbridge incubator at the Municipal Building, represents another sustainable business supporting the Township's efforts as an environmentally-conscious community. Woodbridge Township was named the Sustainable Jersey Silver-Level Champion for the 4th Consecutive Year -- leading 41 Sustainable Jersey certified municipalities and 378 participating municipalities in the Sustainable Jersey competition. "Sustainable Woodbridge" has implemented many environmental initiatives, including a $7 million project to install energy-producing solar panels on municipal buildings and the creation of a 'green' business recognition program. Woodbridge is proud to recognize SolarCure's efforts to support both our veteran organizations and our on-going environmental initiatives, McCormac said.
Jerry Masin, President of SolarCure, noted the important connection between environmental and job sustainability. "It is SolarCure's goal to become a powerful engine for business development, environmental advocacy and support of our military and veterans. We look forward to active collaboration with Woodbridge Township civic and business leadership regarding our common goals for Veterans and renewable energy," Masin said.
About SolarCure: SolarCure specializes in helping clients combine powerful messaging and promotion with legitimate, sustainable, renewable green energy practices. When this combination is achieved, green branding and marketing practices can help to transform a business' public perception and open up new markets of loyal customers. The end results of SolarCure efforts are a cleaner environment, more jobs for U.S. veterans, financial savings for non-profits, and a demonstrable increase in website and store traffic for clients 'Adopting a Solar Panel.' Visit: www.SolarCure.us for more information.