bulbs.com Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary with CFL Light Bulb Giveaway

September 29, 2009

WORCESTER, Mass., Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ — The traditional anniversary present for a decade may be aluminum, but on Friday, October 2nd, that gift will be updated to become the CFL light bulb. Six bulbs to be exact.

To celebrate 10 years of success as an online lighting distributor, bulbs.com will give away six 13-watt, warm white compact fluorescent bulbs with any order on that day.

These energy-saving light bulbs produce light equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent light bulb, last an average of about eight years and use approximately 75% less energy than its incandescent equivalent.

“We know consumers and businesses alike are looking to reduce their energy consumption and as we help them, this gesture is our way of saying thank you to Web site visitors for helping to make our venture a success,” said Mike Connors, CEO of bulbs.com.

Launching in August 1999, bulbs.com has grown to be one of the most successful online lighting distributors on the Internet, with a full line of commercial replacement lighting, as well as a wide selection of hard-to-find bulbs for residential use.

bulbs.com was ranked #50 on the list of the 100 fastest growing inner-city companies in America by Inc. magazine. Additionally, in 2007, bulbs.com was recognized by Internet Retailer as one of the Hot 100 Best Retail Web Sites. More recently, bulbs.com reached an agreement with Nexxus Lighting, making bulbs.com the principal online distributor of the entire line of Array LED lamps.

“LED lamps will be the next in-demand lighting product,” Connors added. “Our lighting specialists can help consumers and business owners make sense out of this emerging technology and recommend the right products for their unique application.”

bulbs.com is also discounting many of its most popular bulbs this week to celebrate its anniversary. Each day a best-selling bulb will be featured in outbound email as well as on the company’s homepage.

About bulbs.com

bulbs.com, headquartered in Worcester, Mass., is a leading online incandescent, fluorescent and LED lighting supplier. Launched in August 1999, bulbs.com recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary with record revenues, adding to a growing list of over 90,000 commercial customers operating 240,000 locations in the hospitality, retail, property-management, healthcare, manufacturing and municipal sectors. The company is located in Worcester, Massachusetts.

More information on the company can be found at www.bulbs.com.

SOURCE bulbs.com

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