Longview, WA, April 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Dick Hannah Toyota recently completed a major retrofit project by participating in the Cowlitz Public Utilities Department’s Commercial Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) Plus Lighting Offer by instituting energy-efficient interior and exterior lighting. This retrofit allows Dick Hannah Toyota, along with the rest of Dick Hannah Dealerships, to continue to apply leading-edge environmental best practices to save both power and money. “The energy conservation measures now installed will contribute to the efficient use of energy for many years to come. We are pleased to have been part of this process and have enjoyed working with you,” said James Wellcome, Jr. Conservation Manager Cowlitz County PUD.
Dick Hannah Toyota is just one among a rising number of environmentally minded local businesses that have joined Cowlitz PUD’s programs to reduce electric usage through insulation and installing more efficient lighting and motors. Business owners interested in improving the energy efficiency of their buildings can get assistance from Cowlitz Public Utilities or go to www.cowlitzpud.org to learn more.
Family owned since 1949, Dick Hannah Dealerships is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, maintaining a positive and productive work environment, and conducting business in a way that promotes the highest principles of integrity and ethical behavior. Dick Hannah Dealerships features franchise auto dealers selling both new cars and used cars through their Acura, Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, Toyota-Scion and Volkswagen Dealerships. As the largest privately owned auto dealer company in the state of Washington, Dick Hannah Dealerships is also setting the standard for environmental best practices for automobile dealerships. Teaming up with the National Arbor Day Foundation, Dick Hannah Dealerships plants a tree with every car they sell. Now, over 50,000 trees have been planted. The Dick Hannah Dealerships Collision Center recently converted to the all-new environmentally sound PPG’s Envirobase High Performance waterborne painting system. “In our area of the country, thinking green is a way of life,” says Rick Stoker, director of Dick Hannah Collision Center (www.dickhannahcollisioncenter.com ). “For us, being responsible stewards of environment is simply the right thing to do.” To learn more visit www.dickhannah.com.
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