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GE Lighting Announces Investments in Cleveland-Area Landmarks and Education

GE Lighting announced the company will provide more than $200,000 in energy- and maintenance-cost saving LED (light-emitting diode) lighting systems for two Cleveland landmarks—the historic West Side Market and Cleveland's Public Square—as part of a day-long GE Works celebration of its employees, heritage of innovation and Cleveland roots.
GE Lighting CEO Maryrose Sylvester presents a check to Downtown Cleveland Alliance President & CEO Joe Marinucci. GE announced it will provide the Downtown Cleveland Alliance $125,000 in new LED roadway lights and lampposts to light Cleveland's Public Square. (General Electric: Business Wire)
"This investment reflects our commitment to Northeast Ohio and desire to better showcase two truly iconic and beloved Cleveland gathering spots," said Maryrose Sylvester, president & CEO of GE Lighting. "We take great pride in GE Lighting's more than 130 years of innovation and the century of industry firsts conceived in research labs right here at Nela Park."

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