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By Martine Wolfe-Miller, Communications Officer
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (April 24, 2015) - Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page helped Celadon Home, Inc. Wednesday celebrate Earth Day with a Solar Energy Launch.
Celadon Home, a 20 year-old locally owned and operated home furnishings and lifestyle store paired with local ‘green’ activists – Sunstore Solar Energy Solutions and Lowcountry Street Grocery (LSG) – to celebrate the launch of its new solar energy program on April 22.
Celadon founder Steve Lesniak has succeeded in evolving the business towards environmental responsibility and positive community impact. The company strives to promote both foreign and domestic sustainability and is a proud member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) with Lesniak as one of the founding SFC members.
Sunstore Solar Energy Solutions, a locally operated Solar Panel Installation Company whose mission is to create “secure, reliable, clean, and smart” energy solutions throughout the Lowcountry and beyond, (including the 314 solar panels installed between both Celadon locations) was represented at the launch.
Celadon is also excited to be included in the Kickstarter Campaign for Lowcountry Street Grocery (LSG). LSG is launching a 30-day campaign to raise funds in order to retrofit an old school bus and transform it into a traveling grocery and farmers market. Over the 30 days, LSG is recruiting 30 local businesses to help promote the Kickstarter. Celadon will be one of the Kickstart investors and be hosting LSG’s current market of local produce and goods at the Mount Pleasant location.