Streetsboro, OH (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Soft-Lite Windows has been named one of Door and Window Market Magazine's (DWM) 2013 Green Award Winners. DWM is the leading trade publication serving the door and window industry; Soft-Lite will be profiled in the magazine’s October issue.
Soft-Lite was chosen by the magazine’s editors for developing a new structured ENERGY STAR training program to educate its dealers and distributors about ENERGY STAR windows and the ENERGY STAR program in general.
"We are proud to be named a Green Award recipient from DWM Magazine. Green technology is a philosophy we focus on every day," said Tyson Schwartz, Soft-Lite Vice President of Sales & Marketing. "This philosophy is shared by our customers, who also concentrate on being green and incorporating efficient technology into their businesses. The ENERGY STAR program is a very important component of our business, and directly affects the way we manufacture and market our products. We appreciate the recognition and are proud to accept this award on behalf of Soft-Lite and our customers. We look forward to continuing our development and innovation of green technology."
“DWM’s green awards recognize a few select companies who truly embrace energy-efficient principles and practices,” says DWM editor and publisher Tara Taffera. “Soft-Lite is more than deserving of this award, and we applaud them for educating the industry on energy-efficient windows.”
Soft-Lite is a vinyl replacement window and door manufacturer headquartered in Streetsboro, Ohio. The company is a multiple Crystal Achievement Award winner and is also a recipient of the Friedman Corporation Customer Appreciation Award, the Window Door Top 100 Manufacturers recognition, and the Door and Window “Companies To Watch” recognition. For more information, visit http://www.soft-lite.com.
Door and Window Market magazine serves manufacturers and dealers and distributors of door and window products. It is the only industry publication that is audited by BPA Worldwide and as a circulation of more than 35,000 subscribers.