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December 6, 2012 Business, Local News No Comments

L-Train Electric LLC will donate $100 from each sale of a standby generator at MSRP to Middlesex United Way. For each full installation, including the purchase of a standby generator at MSRP, L-Train Electric LLC will donate $250. Pictured is a generator from the company’s EcoGen series.

As more people in Connecticut consider buying a generator in the aftermath of several recent storms, L-Train Electric LLC in Portland, CT is offering to donate a portion of generator sales to Middlesex United Way.

“We are fortunate to have a strong and successful business, and we want to give back to the community that supports us,” said Jason Lammer, of L-Train Electric LLC.

L-Train Electric LLC will donate $100 from each sale of a standby generator at MSRP to Middlesex United Way.

For each full installation, including the purchase of a standby generator at MSRP, L-Train Electric LLC will donate $250.

Be sure to mention “United Way” when you call.

“A local business has found a creative way to support United Way and the community,” said Executive Director of Middlesex United Way Kevin Wilhelm.

“If you’re considering purchasing a generator, call L-Train Electric for an estimate, and you’ll be supporting a local business and United Way all at once.”

For more information about L-Train Electric LLC, visit http://l-traingenerators.com or call (860) 343-1797.

Middlesex United Way is a locally based organization dedicated to strengthening lives, helping people, and improving community conditions in the fifteen towns in Middlesex County.

Middlesex United Way serves the towns of Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Killingworth, Middlefield, Middletown, Old Saybrook, Portland, and Westbrook.

For more information, visit middlesexunitedway.org or visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/middlesexunitedway.

Posted December 6, 2012

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