WOODBRIDGE, NJ--(Marketwired - Aug 22, 2013) - Raymond Saluccio, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of SolarCure, www.solarcure.us, and Karen Barnes, President of the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce, (WMCC), www.woodbridgechamber.com, announced a campaign to advance and foster the sustainability of Veteran's interests and renewable energy within the Woodbridge business community. SolarCure, a "cause marketing" company headquartered in Woodbridge Township, is joining WMCC in concert with its plan 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. Mr. Saluccio noted 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 Mayor John E. McCormac, Chief of Staff Caroline Erhich, Township Council and Administration Leadership, Woodbridge Township has a well-deserved national reputation as a municipal leader on the green and renewable energy front," noted Saluccio. "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 US Armed Services who have and now stand the watch in defense of our national interests." Saluccio added that the SolarCure "Adopt a Solar Panel Program" will allow Colonia VFW Post 6061 to operate with little or no energy cost in addition to not paying for the actual cost of installation.
Karen Barnes noted the interest of the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce in welcoming SolarCure. "Our Chamber has had a long history of supporting the growth and development of businesses of all sizes," said Barnes. "In fact, we will celebrate this rich tradition next year during our 50th anniversary year; we look forward to SolarCure being an important part of our plans."
Jerry Masin, President of SolarCure, highlighted the important component of business sustainability in the SolarCure and WMCC relationship. "As a Small Business Counselor with the SCORE Association and an Employer Outreach Coordinator for the NJ Chapter of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), I am pleased to be part of SolarCure's plans to have positive effect on the economic viability of local and national business communities," Masin said. "It is a distinct pleasure to be working with Ray Saluccio, an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, often called the "Thomas Edison" of Woodbridge Township, our SolarCure colleagues, WMCC and Woodbridge Township as we build the important connection between improved business brand outcomes and the causes of renewable energy and Veteran's interests."
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 our 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." Please visit www.SolarCure.us for more information.
About the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce
The Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1964, is a voluntary organization of business, industry, retail and professional people working to improve the economic and civic growth in our area. The strength of the Chamber lies with its members and the business relationships we build with each other. Our goal is to serve as a force for business development and growth. Serving over 400 businesses, the Chamber is located at 91 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ 07095 and on the Web at www.woodbridgechamber.com.