Green Smoke Announces Special Valentine?s Day Kits – Giving Away a Special Kit to One Lucky Couple

Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 01, 2012

Green Smoke, the leading provider of electronic cigarettes, is getting ready for Valentine?s Day by offering the Love at the First Puff Kit – a special Valentine?s Day Kit – for only $ 139.99. They?re also offering a deep price reduction on the Love Birds Kit which is available for only $ 199.99. The Valentine?s Day sale will run from February 1-14, and customers can take advantage of the sale by visiting Green Smoke?s website

?Valentine?s Day is a day for couples to get closer,? says Ken Berg, Green Smoke

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Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 26, 2011

Green Smoke appoints a Green Smoke review manager

Houston, TX. (PRWEB) November 22, 2011 has appointed a Green Smoke review manager this week to look after all reviews about this Ecigarette product. Any reviews that readers of the site post on Green Smoke will automatically be looked after by this new manager.

John Lichenfield, the new manager at said that, ?I am delighted to take up this new position with the company. I am passionate about reviewing Ecigarette products and now I have been given the opportunity to manage a whole review section of a site that is focused on this sector. This really is a dream come true for me. As part of my role here I will be involved in managing all the Green Smoke review comments that come into the site and I will also be involved with following up on any questions that people have about the product.?

This is the first appointment of its kind for but the management team on the site are said to be very keen to make a number of similar appointments for different products if this one goes well. Simon Corvan, one of the senior managers at the site said that ?appointing a Green Smoke review manager is just the beginning for us. We intend to keep providing great customer service levels for our customers with a number of similar appointments in the future. We feel that this is the least that we do for our customers after they have supported us so well over the years.?

For those people who are interested in Green Smoke itself, the new review manager at the site has already got going with his initial review of the product that can be found on the site at This is the first of many that he will be doing about the product.


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Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 18, 2011

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Off-Grid Technologies to Showcase ‘Green’ Products at PLCM Convention

Bethlehem, PA (Vocus) June 25, 2010

When Pennsylvania mayors and other city officials meet for their annual convention this week in Bethlehem (Pa.), they will be the first in the country to experience unique self-powered lighting and safety products developed by Off-Grid Technologies LLC, an innovative company whose founders have spent the last seven years researching and developing ways to reduce the world?s carbon footprint. The Bethlehem-based company is the brainchild of CEO Fumiko Green and Lee Wainwright, vice president of research and development. A prolific inventor, Wainwright holds more than a dozen patents related to fiber optics, LED illumination and solar power, not to mention numerous patent applications still under review. Off-Grid Technologies was created as the first step toward domestic manufacturing of energy saving products based on Wainwright?s inventions. It is a spin off of JFMagic, a company founded by Green and Wainwright in 2005 to develop fiber-optic technology for mass-market consumer goods.

The City of Bethlehem invited Off-Grid Technologies to showcase some of its energy saving products at this year?s 111th annual convention of the Pennsylvania League of Cities and Municipalities, June 23-25. As a result, the conference site will be adorned with solar-powered, light-emitting pole banners; two 5-foot steel illuminated Moravian stars, ambient interior tent lighting and solar-powered outdoor decorative lighting.

“Off-Grid Technologies is developing innovative products that reduce energy consumption, save taxpayers money and promote responsible environmentally friendly alternatives.” Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan said. “In Bethlehem, we have already started using off-grid products developed by OGT, and we are actively supporting its efforts as part of our city’s economic and business development efforts. I hope Bethlehem can be an example for Pennsylvania and the rest of the nation on using and promoting the development of green technologies.”

Some of the company?s ?Green-Energy? technology applications include solar-charged cordless store signs, ?Smart? traffic signals, and a variety of self-powered illuminating safety products. The cordless store signs are OGT?s latest ?Green? product, according to Wainwright. These energy independent signs employ flexible solar film mounted directly onto the surfaces of full-color printed graphic signs to keep them lighted for hours.

Solar-assisted ?Smart? traffic signals not only use one-fifth the number of energy consuming LEDs, but also can reduce their own energy consumption on sunny days, regulate intensity at sunrise and sunset to improve visibility, and display graphics that provide special warnings to drivers. During power failures, the signals will continue to blink red in one direction and yellow in the other for up to a week?off grid.

High-tech safety products include waterproof reflective/glow safety strips that can be applied to vehicles and construction equipment, lighted rope that plugs into a car cigarette lighter to change color and direction of light motion for use as a road warning signal, and solar-charged road cones that keep flashing for a week with only one day of sunlight.

Still to come is development of a prototype and testing of a small-scale solar ?Power Generation Station? (PGS) that will attach to windows, and provide enough off-grid energy to charge and operate a variety of power-wasting digital devices, such as tools, computers, iPads and cell phones, Wainwright said.

The Off-Grid Technologies website (] cites the Paris-based International Energy Agency, which predicts that energy consumption from new electronic gadgets will triple in 20 years. Digital devices in particular are parasites that suck up energy because they operate by converting from DC power to higher voltage AC outputs and then back to DC. After doing all the math that means the world will produce 290,000 tons of CO2 every year just to use its iPods. ?Or, looking at it another way, we could help eliminate those 290,000 tons of CO2,? Wainwright said. ?And we could do it one person at a time.?

Green said the PGS is only one of many current and future applications that support the company?s prime objective to develop products that reduce the demand on the energy grid. ?The potential impact of our technologies and their applications are huge in terms of the carbon footprint?and not just in this country. We are developing products that provide viable off-grid alternatives for developing countries or any other country, for that matter.?


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