Awnings producer to the rescue of America's poor

January 2009
Indian Textile Journal;Jan2009, Vol. 119 Issue 4, p90
The article reports that Eide Industries has pledged to donate $100 to a nonprofit energy assistance fund each time the company installs a fabric-based shade project registered with one of the U.S. premiere environmental sustainability programs. Eide is a producer of custom awnings and other architectural shade systems. The recipient of the donations is the Dollar Energy Fund, a member ofthe National Fuel Funds Network. The company chose the Dollar Energy Fund because the organization partners with 17 utility companies across the nation.


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