The holiday season is upon us, with Thanksgiving just around the corner. The Cincinnati Zoo’s annual PNC Festival of Lights begins the evening of November 23, but preparations have already been in progress since mid-August. With over two-million LED lights to hang, it is no wonder we start so early. As guests enter the Zoo they will be welcomed by a breath-taking 35-foot-tall tree, blanketed with more than 20,000 LED lights in the Zoo’s Historic Vine Street Village. Even more lights are hung throughout the park, and a Wild Lights Show will occur on Swan Lake. Making the switch over from incandescent lights to LED lights was an easy, green decision to make. In doing so, the Zoo uses 85% less energy, making the event greener than ever.
You can join in the savings as well. As you start to pull out your boxes of decorations and untangle those lights, think about upgrading them to LEDs, if you haven’t already, which consume considerably less energy than incandescent lights. Home Depot is running their trade-in special to help customers get rid of their old incandescent lights and upgrade to LEDs. Bring in your old broken or used incandescent holiday light strings to be recycled at The Home Depot® and receive a $3-$5 discount (based on the product) on a single receipt in-store purchase of LED lights. Receive the discount for each string recycled. Limit 5 discounts per customer. The light exchange runs now through November 14, 2012. B e green this holiday season, and don’t forget to come to the Festival of Lights!
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It looks beautiful!
Where did you buy this kind of LED Christmas light?