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Judie and I met at her parents business many, many years ago – actually about 29 years ago.  It was not hard to see that after we started working together, we made a great team.  After we got married, Judie started her own business, which I decided to join in with her,  and things just grew and developed from there. . . . Especially our children.  We have been blessed with five beautiful children with whom I am very proud.

While being a husband for over 27 years, and parent for over 23 years – has been an extremely rewarding part of my life, I have also been very grateful that I have been able to be a part of an extremely exciting business.  As most businesses do, our business has gone through different growth directions; I can honestly say that I am enjoying this direction the most and feel that it is the most rewarding.   But the best part is that I am able to share this passion with my wife, and now my children and brother – all of whom have become a huge part of our business.   I have always had a huge interest in Solar and Wind alternative energy, but LED Display signage – and LED Lighting – is where I feel the most compassionate about pursuing.   I not only enjoy seeing the final results that my clients receive with their energy efficient Led lighting and their alternative energy, but I also love being a part of educating and helping people understand the difference between the array of products being offered on the market right now.  After all, it is a Buyer Beware market, and if not properly informed on what is the best product for your individual needs, you will not be getting the most for your money.

I look forward to meeting you, consulting with you on your specific energy conserving needs, and helping you make your carbon footprint smaller.  But more importantly – I look forward to helping you make a BIG improvement on the future of the earth, which will benefit future generations.

Chuck Freels

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