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During Political Debates Solarponics Runs on Green Platform

This election season Solarponics released a new commercial capturing presidential candidates and the energy debate.

 
PRLog - Aug. 9, 2012 - SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. -- Atascadero, CA – Solarponics, the longest continuously owned and operated solar company in California, just released a new television campaign incorporating politics and the energy debate. The commercial advertises Solarponics’ zero money down offer while showing pictures of both Obama and Romney throughout. Though the elections are only months away and the solar industry is greatly affected by government policy, Solarponics is staying neutral in their TV spot “voting for America’s future.”

“We wanted to build on the campaign clutter with a different approach. One thing we can all agree on is saving money. We’re not red or blue, we’re green.” said Kristian Emrich, Vice President of Solarponics.

The commercial, which is running on KSBY until the elections in November, highlights Solarponics’ zero money down financing option, allowing customers to save up to 15% on electric bills right away at no cost.

Solarponics is the Central Coast’s alternative energy pioneer, helping residents achieve energy independence for over 35 years. The longest continuously owned and operated solar company in California, Solarponics has been family owned and operated since 1975. Solarponics can install and service solar electric systems, solar hot water, wind energy systems, solar pool heating and radiant heating systems. For more information, visit solarponics.com, or follow them on Twitter @solarponics and on Facebook.

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