Big Bear Lake, CA, April 10th, 2016 – In celebration of environmental conservation and protection, Bear Valley Electric Service (BVES) will be hosting its 2016 Earth Day Expo on Friday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This will be the sixth year that BVES has hosted the event, which draws hundreds of residents from the local Big Bear community.
More than fifteen organizations have partnered with BVES for the Earth Day Expo, which will be held at the BVES main office, 42020 Garstin Drive, in Big Bear Lake.
“We are very excited that we have been able to make this event an annual occurrence,” said BVES Director Harry Scarborough. “Our goal is to show customers innovative ways to save money and protect our environment.”
Expo attendees can expect to receive free LED lightbulbs and nightlights, which use 90% less energy than incandescent bulbs, while supplies last. Shred-It will also be providing free document shredding services on-site.
BVES staff and various vendors will be available to offer demonstrations and information regarding environmental protection and conservation.
The list of vendors includes:
- Big Bear Lake Department of Water & Power
- Big Bear Airport & Pilots Association
- Big Bear City Community Services District
- Big Bear Chamber of Commerce
- Center for Sustainable Energy
- The Sierra Club
- Big Bear Grizzly
- Friends of Big Bear Valley
- Hope Academy
- 93.3 KBHR
- Proteus, Inc.
- Southwest Gas
- Big Bear Disposal
- “A” Garden Club
- Community Organizations Active in Disaster
In the event of inclement weather, an alternative date of April 29th is planned. For more information on the BVES Earth Day Expo, please contact Danielle De Clercq at (800) 808-2837, or visit www.BVES.com.