Sometimes it's the small changes that make the biggest difference. Like this one that is right around the corner. In 2012 the US will start to slowly phase out incandescent light bulbs for more efficient options, like Halogen bulbs, CFL's, and LED's. This small change is a big step toward protecting our environment and protecting our energy spending. GE is here to make the switch easy for you with lots of efficient lighting options in multiple color temperatures. Here's to a brighter future, America. Visit gelighting.com/ConsumerLegislation to learn more.
GE Brightest Classrooms
Brightest Classroom: Mrs. Siegal's 3rd Grade Class
ELKINS, AR -- On Wednesday, Chief Meteorologist was at Elkins Elementary to present Mrs. Siegal's 3rd grade class with the latest Brightest Classroom award.
Brightest Classroom: Mr. Curtis' Class
This week's Brightest Classroom is at Bayyari Elementary in Springdale. Dan Skoff pays a visit to Mr. Curtis and his class.
Brightest Classroom: Rhonda Rutledge Siloam Springs Middle School 6 - 8 Grade
Meteorologist Clint Boone surprised Mrs. Rhonda Rutledge Siloam Springs Middle School class today with the Brightest Classroom award for the month of April. She received...
Brightest Classroom March 26h: Mrs. Erickson's 5th Grade
Our "brightest classroom" isn't located inside a building, but rather right outside. My fifth graders just began a community garden
Brightest Classroom: Mrs. Lacie Moore-3rd Grade, March 13th
Chief Meteorologist, Dan Skoff, and Steve Cunningham from GE Lighting surprised Mrs. Lacie Moore's 3rd grade class at Grace Hill Elementary as a Brightest Classroom.
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