I want to encourage the use of green energy nationwide; therefore, my products provide an alternative, money-saving power that uses 80-percent less energy than traditional, florescent lights
Port Mansfield, TX (Vocus) May 5, 2010
Web entrepreneur Mary Abbott is pleased to announce the debut of her new website, GreenGrowLightsOnline.com. Launched in February 2010, the web store has established a green-focused resource for indoor gardeners and growers nationwide.
Here, online shoppers are invited to browse a diverse assortment of indoor grow lights designed to provide low-energy illumination to indoor plants and gardens. Abbott’s collection utilizes LED bulbs in spotlight and petite panel (5 square feet or less) options as well as professional solutions for the avid grower or gardener such as Grow UFO units (12 square feet) and the GrowPanel Pro (50 square feet).
“I want to encourage the use of green energy nationwide; therefore, my products provide an alternative, money-saving power that uses 80-percent less energy than traditional, florescent lights,” Abbott said.
The website’s product line additionally produces no heat, which means it generates virtually no thermal footprint, making it much less hazardous in terms of potential combustion and general safety. Plus, all product parts are manufactured in the United States.
Keep an eye out as Abbott will continue to update her website with new merchandise. She plans to expand her current selection by introducing more manufacturers of the LED plant grow lights. And in the distant future, she hopes to add a variety of solar panels.
To learn more about the many benefits of these low-energy lighting alternatives, shoppers are encouraged to visit the website’s new blog, http://www.GrowingGoodGreen.com. This interactive tool will also be used to provide detailed product information as well as tidbits about growing legal marijuana indoors.
GreenGrowLightsOnline.com, promoting green energy and green concepts!
About the Company:
GreenGrowLightsOnline.com is owned and operated by web entrepreneur, Mary Abbott.