Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario to recognize World Salon for energy conservation
Thursday, June 7th 2007 9:31:02am
Attention News/Assignment/Business/Energy Reporters and Editors
World Salon demonstrates how small businesses can play a big role in energy conservation
Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario Peter Love will award a Certificate of Recognition to World Salon for its outstanding conservation efforts. Since 1999, World Salon has reduced its power consumption by 50% while increasing its business by 35%, demonstrating how small businesses can improve their bottom lines while contributing to a culture of conservation.
Certificate of Recognition presentation and cocktail party celebrating World Salon's accomplishments in energy conservation
* Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario
* Wendy Mesley, CBC
* Pam McConnell, Toronto City Councillor
* Josephine Coombe, VP Marketing, Bullfrog Power
* Victor Darosa, Toronto Hydro
* Barry Campbell, President, Campbell Strategies (Master of Ceremonies)
June 11, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. (speakers at 5:30 p.m.)
World Salon, 132 Adelaide Street East, Toronto
For more information, contact:
Brian Phillips, World Salon, 416-594-1402, firstname.lastname@example.org
OPA/Conservation Bureau Media Hotline, 416-969-6307
World Salon, begun in 1989, is one of the top salons in Toronto, and has a clientele which includes famous film, TV stars and supermodels. In 1999, World Salon committed to energy conservation and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through better technology and business practices (www.world.ca).
The Conservation Bureau is an office of the Ontario Power Authority. It was established in 2005 to develop, coordinate and stimulate electricity conservation and demand management by planning, designing and implementing comprehensive programs that foster a culture of conservation across the province ( www.conservationbureau.on.ca).