From the Wires
SolarCure's Solar Panel Initiative Earns Seven Seals Award
By: Marketwired .
Feb. 7, 2013 05:13 PM
COLONIA, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- SolarCure, a unique solar panel energy-related firm which aids almost any business's marketing efforts by combining online promotional tactics with legitimate, sustainable, renewable green energy practices, has received the Seven Seals Award from the New Jersey chapter of Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve, recognizing the company for pledging its support of veteran employees serving in all branches of the military reserves. The prestigious Seven Seals Award represents the seven military reserve components: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine and Coast Guard reserves, along with the Army and Air National Guard. ESGR is a Department of Defense volunteer organization which provides free education, consultation and, if necessary, mediation for employers of veteran Guard and Reserve employees.
"The driving ideology associated with SolarCure's Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program has been veteran-oriented from the very first conceptual conversation -- we want to put veterans to work," states Marketing Director Rick Mulholland. "SolarCure is extremely proud to have been recognized with the Seven Seals Award. We look forward to being an essential component to creating a better environment, helping local community organizations connect with solar power and extending wonderful employment opportunities to veterans in need of a job. SolarCure's Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program can help change the world one solar panel installation at a time."
SolarCure offers any business, brand or organization in the nation a way to set their message apart from the rest of their competitors with the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program. Generous organizations sponsor a portion of a solar panel designed and installed for a specific non-profit organization. The non-profit organization will use energy generated through solar panels and the money saved through decreased energy bills can be put to better use towards their mission. A key component of Adopt-A-Solar-Panel is the distribution of an expertly crafted online press release to hundreds of online news portals, which generates SolarCure's unique concept of Solar Powered SEO. Solar Powered SEO extends online reach easily and inexpensively. SolarCure introduced this new marketing method in late 2012. All of the initial sponsors for the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program, including New Jersey's O'Donnell Insurance Agency, Peluso Landscaping and Alabama's Victory Sweepers, benefitted in a variety of ways. O'Donnell's press release generated sales leads while Victory Sweepers' improved their search engine rankings. SolarCure's nationally distributed press releases contain targeted keyword phrases related to a specific business keyword phrase; search engines then index each article. A Solar Powered SEO press release has greater importance as far as the content and potential audience. It also helps improve corporate image by announcing Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program participation on a broad scale.
For more information about how your business can extend its overall awareness and help the environment with SolarCure's assistance, please visit www.solarcure.us or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 908-642-3029. Let SolarCure show you how to improve your Internet reach and search engine visibility while assisting a local non-profit organization's solar energy efforts and helping the environment in general. There are only winning attributes to the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program and Solar Powered SEO. Pricing starts at $995. Larger and smaller packages can be designed to fit any budget. Because of all of its outstanding marketing and social-related benefits, SolarCure promises that you'll never feel as good as when you write a check for participating in the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program.
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