It’s becoming more commonplace for people to use LED and CFL bulbs in the home—after all, it was more than one year ago that EISA legislation began phasing out traditional, incandescent light bulbs in order to focus on more energy-efficient options. However, 2015 marked the entrance of these energy-efficient solutions in a new place – stadiums. Last week, the Big Game had people talking about more than just the Patriots and Seahawks: it was the first time that the game was lit entirely by LED lights instead of metal halide lamps. Since LEDs are brighter than traditional bulbs, the stadium was able to use only 312 units to replace the 780 that were there originally.
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Batteries Plus Bulbs is owned by Roark Capital Group, an Atlanta-based private equity firm. Roark invests primarily in consumer and business services companies, with a focus on the franchise, food and restaurant, specialty retail, environmental services, waste management, and business services sectors.
With the opening of the first all-battery retail store in 1988 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Batteries Plus, as the brand was then known, quickly became the uncontested leader in the battery market, differentiated by superior product knowledge, product availability, helpful service and advice.