COLONIA, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 01/21/13 -- In late 2012, SolarCure unveiled its unique green marketing method, the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program and its accompanying Solar Powered SEO press release distribution, to the world at large. Several New Jersey-based businesses, including O'Donnell Insurance Agency, Peluso Landscaping and esteemed patent attorney Ezra Sutton P.A., enrolled in the affordable program aimed at placing solar panels on the roofs of non-profit organizations across the state and all across the nation as well. SolarCure also enrolled its first out-of-state client -- Victory Sweepers from Madison, Alabama. After experiencing tangible results from one-time solar panel adoption sponsorship of $995.00 with the Solar Powered SEO press release marketing component, both Victory Sweepers and O'Donnell Insurance Agency have signed on to be the first multi-use sponsors. SolarCure, which will soon offer Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program sales and installation positions to veterans in need of a job, has developed a marketing method containing universal appeal, vast marketing reach and reputation building benefits that nearly any interested business can use to their advantage. Traditional marketing might seem boring when compared to the one-two punch of the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program and Solar Powered SEO combination.
"Solar energy and solar panels are not being embraced in America as they should be embraced," comments SolarCure Founder and CEO Raymond Saluccio. "The Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program not only helps the environment and assists in reducing energy costs for its recipient, the sponsor's association to solar energy can be used to establish or improve an overall business image. SolarCure also helps 'spread the word' about the generous sponsorship with a Solar Powered SEO enhanced press release distributed to major news websites on a national level. Announcing this 'green' connection may further introduce a brand to a new segment of customer. The potential power of green branding should never be underestimated."
The scope of the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program is not just limited to American companies. SolarCure is currently in discussions with a prominent foreign corporation about becoming the first sponsor operating outside national borders. Foreign sponsorship can serve as a "green Segway" to help any business in the world gain exposure to domestic consumers. Publicity earned from participation in the program can also solidify a business's position within the United States marketplace. Whether foreign, domestic, brick-and-mortar or online, the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program and Solar Powered SEO help all types of businesses improve their bottom line.
How the Adopt-a-Solar-Panel Program Works
Organizations sponsor a portion of a solar panel through SolarCure's Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program. The panel is designed and installed for a specific non-profit location. Its recipient will be able to use energy generated through solar panels and the money saved through decreased energy bills can be put to better use towards their mission. The sponsor will also receive nationwide publicity of their sponsorship through SolarCure's Solar Powered SEO press releases. Businesses that practice green energy-saving efforts greatly appeal to consumers who are becoming more aware of the need to protect the environment. This unique selling point may additionally boost corporate image and public awareness. SolarCure's Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program assists both non-profit organizations and area sponsors in a unique manner designed to create a "win-win-win" situation for those involved -- the sponsor, the non-profit, and the environment. Founder and CEO Raymond Saluccio is an accomplished patent-holding inventor and was a finalist for Ernst & Young's 2011 Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award (New Jersey).
For more information about how your company can grow its business with SolarCure's assistance, please visit www.solarcure.us or email your questions to email@example.com.
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