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Greenway Design Group Announces Installation Order for Kash Casinos
July 26, 2012 Greenway Design Group, Inc. (GDGI.PK) today confirmed that its ESA dealer in Mexico has received an order from the Kash Casino network to install Cool-n-Save systems at two of their facilities.
The first round contract is valued at $59,731 USD for the two facilities located in Naucalpan and Cuernavaca. Kash Casinos operates five facilities in Mexico.
“We are very pleased to receive this order from our ESA dealer in Mexico at this time,” says Ben Lefrancois, president and chairman of Greenway, which is based in Huntington Beach, CA. “This is the first of several contracts that we anticipate we will close this summer. This is also the early fruits of our revenue-building efforts. It demonstrates that not only can we create an innovation that saves a significant amount of energy for our customers, but that we are capable of generating solid revenues from sales for our investors.”
Lefrancois also commented on the company’s efforts to defend against recent stock trading activity that has negatively affected Greenway’s share price. “We are disappointed by the activities of a small number of traders, but we will push through and continue to focus on the fundamentals of running this company. Our first line of defense will be from growing our revenue base from sales; that’s how the markets will see Greenway’s real value potential.”
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Greenway Design Group Announces Test Installation for Pepsi Bottling Facility
Pepsico Bottling facility begins test of Cool-n-Save pre-cool systems at a facility in Tulsa-OK.
June 25, 2012 Greenway Design Group, Inc. today confirmed that its dealer in Oklahoma City-OK has begun a test of a Cool-n-Save system at the Pepsico facility in Tulsa-OK.
According to the dealer and Greenway’s engineer, the test will begin this week and continue for two weeks to demonstrate Cool-n-Save’s effectiveness in saving energy from commercial air conditioning.
“We expect the test at this facility to produce the same significant reduction in energy consumption as we have demonstrated for almost seven years,” says Darius Jakubik, the senior vice president from the company’s corporate offices in Huntington Beach-CA. “Greenway’s commercial customers experience between 22 and 33 percent reduction in energy use from air conditioning during peak cooling seasons.”
Jakubik explains that excess outdoor heat is a problem for most air conditioning systems. “The more heat there is, the less efficiently AC systems work and the more energy they use. Cool-n-Save’s job is to reduce the temperature of outdoor air as it is being blown through the condensing coils,” he says.
The chart looks great and the news is great! Let’s see if GDGI can bounce in a big way this morning!