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Going Green for Vets

GREENVILLE — Coloring, packaging and shipping 4 million light bulbs in less than five months’ time is a huge undertaking, but it’s a challenge the employees of one local company look forward to completing.

From the July 8, 2016 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — Coloring, packaging and shipping 4 million light bulbs in less than five months’ time is a huge undertaking, but it’s a challenge the employees of one local company look forward to completing.

The JAFE Decorating Company, 1250 Martin Street in Greenville, has been contracted to color 4 million light bulbs green, with the intended purpose that homeowners will display them outdoors, or even indoors, to show their support for America’s military veterans under the “Greenlight a Vet” program supported by the Wal-Mart Corporation.

The Greenlight a Vet website (www.greenlightavet.com) says, “Change one light to green in a visible location — on your porch, in your home, or at your office — and keep it glowing every day as a symbol of appreciation and support for our veterans. Then, share your support by taking a picture of your green light and posting it using the hashtag #greenlightavet.”

The 38-watt incandescent bulbs will be sold exclusively in Wal-Mart stores nationwide, packaged under the Osram/Sylvania brand name, though the company now falls under the corporate umbrella of the newly formed LEDVANCE.

JAFE owner Randy O’Dell said the company had already completed a 600,000 piece promotion for this year’s Memorial Day currently in Wal-Mart stores now.

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