Brumit Restaurant Group Brightens Up Arby’s Restaurant with Cost-Saving LED Lighting from Energy Saving Solutions
Master Franchisor of Popular Arby’s Quick-Service Restaurants in the Carolinas Founded by Joe Brumit Improves Customer Experience and Bottom Line with LED Lights with a Lifetime Guarantee
Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
Energy Saving Solutions, a national supplier of energy-efficient LED and induction lighting technology to business and government, announced today that Brumit Restaurant Group (BMG), the operator of 43 Arby’s restaurants in North Carolina and South Carolina, has completely retrofitted one of their flagship locations with energy efficient and long-lasting LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting fixtures. Projected cost savings for the firm are $2,296.99 annually in reduced electricity bills and gross savings of $7,265.16 annually and $68,678.89 in lifetime savings (11.47 years) when both maintenance and electricity are factored together.
“The Energy Savings Solutions project team took the time to craft a lighting solution to the unique requirements we have as a busy operator of high traffic restaurants,” commented Greg Catavenis, controller of Brumit Restaurant Group. “The installation was seamless and professional and since the rollout of LED lighting we’ve seen over 40 percent savings in our electrical expenditures. Just like our organization, Energy Saving Solutions is clearly dedicated to exceeding customer expectations.”
As part of Wendy’s/Arby’s Group, Inc., the third largest quick-service restaurant company in the United States, Brumit Restaurant Group serves over 30,000 hungry customers daily across its 43 locations throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. BMG founder Joe Brumit said the installation of eco-friendly bulbs and fixtures from Energy Saving Solutions is yet another example of his organization’s commitment to customers and company members and the communities Arby’s serves. In addition to reducing waste through a company-wide recycling program, Mr. Brumit said that the BMG leadership and members are active in organizations such as The United Way, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, the American Red Cross, the University of North Carolina at Asheville, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, The Health Adventure, Child Advocacy Programs, among others.
“We’re proud to be able to play a part in the BRG success story and support their mission to minimize their environmental impact through reduction of their carbon footprint with the efficiencies of the latest in lighting technology,” stated Peter Stein, founder and CEO of Energy Saving Solutions. “The use of visually appealing, cost-saving and eco-friendly lighting within an organization serving thousands of customers a day is proof positive that LED and induction lighting is becoming the smart, mainstream choice for businesses of all sizes in any industry.”
Launched nearly four years ago as a developer and manufacturer of LED lighting products, Energy Saving Solutions has grown rapidly due to increased public awareness of the advantages of alternatives to old fashioned filament wire light bulbs. Most of the company’s line of commercial lighting products function with light emitting diodes, known as LEDs, that save up to 90 percent of energy compared to yesterday’s inefficient incandescent bulbs once ubiquitous in homes and businesses.
LED and Induction Lighting: Two Green Alternatives to Traditional Energy-Wasting Bulbs
Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting is very different from traditional filament-based light bulbs. The light source in LED bulbs is created by a diode, a semiconductor device with two terminals that emits light. As electricity is passed through the diode, the atoms release energy in the form of electrons which become visible as light.
Although they tend to look like ordinary fluorescent lights, induction lighting is far more efficient, longer lasting and less prone to sudden failure. Also called electrodeless lamps, induction lights use power to excite gas encased in a tube or bulb to generate brightness. Standard gas discharge lamps have internal electrodes as a power source while induction lamps are powered from the outside through electromagnetic fields, making it possible to use higher efficiency materials and achieve much more cost-effective performance.
To help business owners and facility managers find out more about the ‘Zero Out of Pocket LED Retrofit’ program, Energy Saving Solutions offers a free, no obligation analysis of the lighting in use and current energy expenditures to determine potential cost savings. Call 305-735-2878 x 6010 or e-mail savenow (at) energysavingindustry (dot) com or visit http://www.energysavingindustry.com.
About Brumit Restaurant Group
Brumit Restaurant Group was formed in 2009 when Joe Brumit returned to the Arby’s system by buying the assets of the Winning Team, Inc., a company he founded in 1988 with 13 restaurants located throughout Western North Carolina and later sold to his business partner in 2007. Brumit Restaurant Group’s continues to see growth. Currently BRG operates 43 Arby’s restaurants located in North Carolina and South Carolina with further growth and expansion opportunities on the horizon. For further information, visit http://www.ncarbys.com or call BRG company headquarters in Asheville, North Carolina at (828) 274-5835.
About Energy Saving Solutions
Energy Saving Solutions USA – the creators of the LED with a lifetime guarantee™ – provides businesses, government agencies, schools and non-profit organizations with energy-efficient LED and induction lighting technology that saves significant money and helps minimize environmental impact by reducing carbon emissions. Based in Miami, Fla., Energy Savings Solutions USA also offers organizations the ‘Forever Green Savings Program™ – a ‘Zero Out of Pocket LED Retrofit’ which delivers a complete conversion to LED lighting with no up-front costs. Energy Saving Solutions is paid back from a portion of the electrical and maintenance savings that the ground-breaking Forever LED Lights create. For more information, visit http://www.EnergySavingIndustry.com.
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