Odawa Casino in Petoskey, Michigan, hosted the Northern Michigan Energy Fair, co-sponsored by Wittock Supply Kitchen & Bath, on October 23.
Online PR News – 09-November-2010 – – Odawa Casino Resort, owned and operated by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, held the 2010 Northern Michigan Energy Fair on Saturday, October 23rd. Wittock Supply Kitchen & Bath co-sponsored the event, helping to make it a great success.
Odawa Casino Resort recently started implementing ways to reduce energy consumption and in turn, has seen generous savings and rebates for doing so. Dave Heinz, Chief Electrician and Chairman of the casino's Energy Reduction Committee said, "We wanted to help the community see how they could also take advantage of these savings in their personal homes and businesses, and the Energy Fair was a great way to do that."
Twenty-seven vendors were on-site displaying energy related products and services to over 500 energy-conscious guests in attendance at the Energy Fair. Guests were also able to bring in a copy of their utility bills to find out what savings they could qualify for. As an added bonus to the attendees, over $6,000.00 in prizes were given away, including energy efficient products and gift cards.
Gary Merritt of Wittock Supply Kitchen & Bath said, "The Energy Fair was a terrific idea and Odawa Casino Resort was the perfect venue for both the attendees and the exhibitors. We look forward to participating in future events."
Marketing and Rate Specialist, Thomas Mann of Great Lakes Energy said, "The Energy Fair was an effective way for me to be able to help Great Lakes Energy members who are looking for ways to save energy in their homes, and I am very thankful for that opportunity."