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Lassen Municipal Utility District ‘Food for Lights’ Collection Drive Begins December 1st

Friday, November 20th, 2020

Lassen Municipal Utility District customers are invited to bring a non-perishable food item to the utility’s business office at 65 South Roop Street beginning December 1st in exchange for a 100-bulb string of multi-colored LED holiday lights. The offer is limited to one box per household, and the first 450 customers.

“The goal of program is to increase awareness and promote the use of LED lights in LMUD’s service territory and to help replenish our local food shelves after the holiday rush,” explains LMUD Public Relations Manager Theresa Phillips.

Lights will be distributed to LMUD customers on a first come, first served basis while supply lasts.

In addition to the light give-away, LMUD is offering a rebate of up to $3 per box to customers who purchase EnergyStar qualified LED holiday lights. Click here and visit the LMUD web site for program details and to download a rebate application.

Questions? Contact LMUD’s Public Relations Manager at 257-4174. To learn more about how LED’s can reduce your holiday energy use visit energystar.gov.

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