(PRWEB) March 17, 2014
During the month of March, Build.com is offering a 15% Discount on all Maxim and ET2 lighting fixtures and a $5 donation will be made with each purchase to The Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). This proverbial ray of light is both a symbolic and effective way for Build.com to support and assist our nation’s injured veterans and military service members. Build.com, the fastest-growing online home improvement retailer, has teamed up with lighting manufacturer, Maxim Lighting, in a special cause promotion running the month of March.
Customers can use the 15% off coupon to shop the latest trends at Build.com including the popular Vintage Edison Bulb lights of Maxim’s extensive Mini Hi-Bay collection available in a variety of finishes and shade styles. Other trending styles in 2014 include the nautical looks of Maxim’s Wharf and Portsmouth Collections, the Far East influences of Maxim’s Asiana Collection, the farmhouse rustic charm of Maxim’s Loft and Luminous Collections and the industrial vibe of Maxim’s Flask Collection.
Build.com is offering a 15% discount and a $5 donation with a purchase of any Maxim and ET2 Lighting fixture including chandeliers, ceiling lights, bathroom lighting, pendants, lamps, wall sconces and outdoor lighting.
Customers can complete their living space by shopping an extensive line of home improvement products from plumbing fixtures to flooring available at Build.com. With more than 370 employees, Build.com has a personal connection to the plight of our nation’s wounded military service members.
WWP serves veterans and service members who suffered a physical or mental injury in the line of duty on or after September 11, 2001. Funds raised from the Build.com March Cause Promotion support a variety of WWP programs and services to help warriors and their families. To participate, customers can use the coupon code WARRIOR15 when placing online orders for Maxim and ET2 Lighting fixtures.
For more information, please visit: http://www.build.com/maxim-lighting/c109326?term=+maxim.