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ELLENTON, Fla., Oct. 6, 2009 — Saving money and finding
deals on compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs just got a
little easier, thanks to the recent launch of
SwitchTheBulb.com, a new website designed to help consumers
get the most for their money while doing their part for the
environment.

SwitchTheBulb.com serves a two-fold purpose: to educate the
public about the energy-saving benefits of CFLs, and to
serve as a resource for consumers looking for bargains on
CFL bulbs. The website features an interactive map of the
United States which allows visitors to view CFL incentive
programs offered by their local utility companies, as well
as CFL deals at major retailers.
“Everyone wants to save money these days, and every little
bit helps,” said Sean Murray, founder of SwitchTheBulb.com.
“Many people have heard about CFLs and know they help our
environment by using less energy than traditional light
bulbs, but what most people don’t realize is how much money
they can save by replacing the light bulbs in their homes
with CFLs.”

According to experts, the average consumer can expect to
save the equivalent of up to two months of utility bills by
switching from traditional incandescent bulbs to CFLs. The
environmental impact caused by said switch is roughly equal
to removing two cars from the highway for one year. “That’s
impressive,” said Murray. “It’s a win-win situation for
everyone – consumers, the economy and the environment.”

SwitchTheBulb.com offers consumers the option to purchase
CFL bulbs via its affiliate partners, including Wal-Mart,
1000Bulbs.com, BulbAmerica.com, eLightBulbs.com and
WholeSaleBulbs.net.

Also on the site is a savings chart that compares the annual
lighting costs of CFLs verses traditional bulbs and
estimates potential annual utility bill savings yielded by
CFLs. Other features on the site include a blog with
energy-saving tips and a link to order SwitchTheBulb
merchandise.

For more information, visit or
email to info@switchthebulb.com.

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