Bill Glass Champions for Life Joins Energy Savings Crusade

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Ideal Impact helping ministries throughout Texas to fund critical needs

Ideal Impact, Inc. (http://www.idealimpactinc.com) made another step towards its goal of generating $1 billion for Christian ministry purposes: the signing of Bill Glass Champions For Life (http://www.billglasscfl.org) to an energy savings contract. Since its founding March 2009, Ideal Impact has also implemented energy savings contracts with Church at the Cross and Southern Baptists of Texas Convention, both in Grapevine.

"Energy savings is a means to an end," states Ideal Impact CEO Wes McDaniel, who estimates his company will generate nearly $1.4 million of savings during the next 15 years for these three customers. "Reducing operational costs and lowering utility expenses are often overlooked and underestimated ways to recoup budget funds and spend on more important needs."

The three-year Active Revenue Creation contract estimates Bill Glass Champions For Life administrative facility, which encompasses approximately 10,000 square feet, will save $2,265 annually through the implementation of a customized energy plan, as well as ongoing energy education training for the staff. Projected savings over a 15-year period is approximately $52,850. Most significantly, the contract required no upfront costs and is a positive cash flow project.

Bill Glass Champions for Life, founded in 1969, is a national and international ministry, with a large focus on prison ministry across the United States. Founder Bill Glass was a consensus All American football player at Baylor and played in the National Football League for the Cleveland Browns.

"Bill Glass Champions for Life appreciates the opportunity to partner with Ideal Impact in an effort to reduce energy expense for the ministry. The funds saved will be used to take the good news of Jesus Christ to 'the least of these' in prisons, juvenile facilities and schools across America and around the world," states James Subers, chief executive officer for Bill Glass' Champions for Life. "This venture is especially meaningful as Wes McDaniel and Boyne McHargue (Ideal Impact's sales director) are teammates with Champions for Life and share the gospel in the prisons during our Weekend of Champions and Day of Champions events."

Ideal Impact works with churches, schools, universities and commercial buildings in Texas with a minimum annual energy bill of $50,000. Led by a team of experienced professionals in the energy savings industry, Ideal Impact offers energy solutions for both buildings and personnel:

o Active Revenue Creation: Utilizing a five-step process, a customized plan is developed that reduces energy consumption while maintaining comfort. A positive cash flow from the start, there are no up front costs or lease-purchase/ loan to repay.

o Managing Energy Efficiency Services: Rising energy costs, combined with aging facilities and outdated equipment for many organizations, the opportunities to save energy and money are abundant. Comprehensive or individual energy conservation measures - including control systems and lighting retrofits - can be implemented quickly.

o Reducing Energy Costs: By implementing energy reduction solutions and energy education programs, we teach building personnel and occupants to become energy smart and environmentally aware.

Founded March 2, 2009, Ideal Impact, Inc. generates revenue through energy savings for churches, schools, universities and commercial buildings throughout Texas. Ideal Impact's well-defined mission is to help commercial businesses, public entities and worship facilities reduce energy consumption and create a new revenue source; to help clients use resources wisely and efficiently; and to have a positive impact on the environment. The company's corporate office is located at 1133 South Main Street in downtown Grapevine. For more information call (817) 251-8498 or visit http://www.idealimpactinc.com.

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