Retro-Tech Systems Launches New Website

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RTS announces the launch of its new corporate website. The new website reflects the Company's 18 years of experience and knowledge within the Energy Efficient Lighting Industry.

Valparaiso, Indiana: Retro-Tech Systems, Inc. announced today the launch of its redesigned corporate website at The new website reflects the Company’s 18 years of experience and knowledge within the Energy Efficient Lighting Industry.

“As a nation-wide energy efficient lighting contractor, we are constantly looking for new ways
to save energy, while expanding our services offerings to meet the growing needs of all our customers,” said Kurt Minko, president and CEO of Retro-Tech Systems. “Our new website is a reflection of our growing business and clearly communicates our vision for the future of the Company and our industry.”

Among the new and improved features of are a simplified and intuitive navigation with interactive menu functionality and cross-service linking throughout the website; integration with social media networks, allowing visitors to easily join Retro-Tech in deeper conversation; and new case studies, which can be easily viewed and downloaded.

Minko added, “Now the public and our customers can easily navigate to our energy efficient lighting services and benefits, while understanding how each of those services integrates with others to create a comprehensive solution to their specific situation. Most importantly, people can now clearly see the relationship all of our services have on positively impacting the environment, saving energy for many years to come.”

About Retro-Tech Systems
Founded in 1993, RTS has illuminated its clients through the engineering, design and installation of energy efficient lighting systems. RTS’s lighting solutions are designed to provide maximum, financial, technical, and environmental performance. RTS clients include energy service companies (ESCOs), commercial and industrial building owners, educational, federal, state and local governments.


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