GLIDE Company Offers Product for Half Price to Lorain County Residents

 Offer is way for Wireless Environment to say “Thank You” for Support of Entrepreneurs

Wireless Environment, the maker of Mr. Beams LED lights, would like to help prevent falls in the home and also give back to Lorain County residents in appreciation for the Lorain County Community College (LCCC) Foundation Innovation Fund award it received to validate its business concept and assist with its start-up.

{mosimage}To do this, they are offering 50 percent off all Motion Sensor Stair Lights to Lorain County residents.  To take advantage of the offer, go to www.mrbeams.com and checkout with the number of Stair Lights you want to purchase. At the end of the checkout process, enter the promotion code LCTY.

“We are building a company Lorain County and Northeast Ohio can be proud of and we are very appreciative of the support we received to get our business off the ground,” said David Levine, president of Wireless Environment.

Wireless Environment is based in Elyria at the Entrepreneurship Innovation Center of Lorain County Community College.  It was a recipient last December of an LCCC Foundation Innovation Fund award. Wireless is also a client company of the Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE).

The issue of safe lighting resonates for Levine, co-founder of Wireless Environment. His grandmother’s late-night fall on the way to the bathroom started a downward health spiral that led to her death in 2006.  The Mr. Beams Stair Light was designed with an all-night glow feature to help people get their bearings when walking in the dark.   

“Whether you’re going down stairs for a late-night glass of water or letting the dog out before bed, everyone needs light to feel safe,” said Levine. “Our lights are brighter than most on the market and offer a pure white light unlike many LED lights.”

As winter approaches and the days get shorter, diminishing light in and around the home can lead to falls and injuries.  Falls are the most common home accident and account for an average of 5.1 million injuries and nearly 6,000 deaths yearly¹. To help prevent this hazard, Mr. Beams has designed bright, white, battery operated LED lights with motion sensors that brighten dark areas in and around the home. 

“Good lighting in your home is critical to help prevent falls and injuries,” said Larry Weinstein, AARP National Events Livable Homes Pavilion developer and president of Shared Solutions America (www.livablehomes.org), a national non-profit organization and resource center for seniors and people of all ages with disabilities.  

“By brightening up potential dark spots such as steps, thresholds, pathways from bedrooms to bathrooms, and areas that are not supported by built-in high quality lighting, motion-sensing lighting products such as the Mr. Beams Stair Light and Spotlight can dramatically reduce the risk of falls and improve the overall safety of your home,” continued Mr. Weinstein.  

Mr. Beams LED lights use far less energy than other bulbs, last longer, and cost less to use over their lifetime. Battery-powered operation means these lights operate even during power outages and attach anywhere.   What’s more, there’s no need to hire a costly electrician as the lights can be installed by anyone. 

Mr. Beams lights are available on line at www.mrbeams.com  and through select catalogs. The stair light retails for $24.99. Other wireless lights are also available.  

GLIDE Company Offers Product for Half Price to Lorain County Residents

 Offer is way for Wireless Environment to say “Thank You” for Support of Entrepreneurs

Wireless Environment, the maker of Mr. Beams LED lights, would like to help prevent falls in the home and also give back to Lorain County residents in appreciation for the Lorain County Community College (LCCC) Foundation Innovation Fund award it received to validate its business concept and assist with its start-up.

{mosimage}To do this, they are offering 50 percent off all Motion Sensor Stair Lights to Lorain County residents.  To take advantage of the offer, go to www.mrbeams.com and checkout with the number of Stair Lights you want to purchase. At the end of the checkout process, enter the promotion code LCTY.

“We are building a company Lorain County and Northeast Ohio can be proud of and we are very appreciative of the support we received to get our business off the ground,” said David Levine, president of Wireless Environment.

Wireless Environment is based in Elyria at the Entrepreneurship Innovation Center of Lorain County Community College.  It was a recipient last December of an LCCC Foundation Innovation Fund award. Wireless is also a client company of the Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE).

The issue of safe lighting resonates for Levine, co-founder of Wireless Environment. His grandmother’s late-night fall on the way to the bathroom started a downward health spiral that led to her death in 2006.  The Mr. Beams Stair Light was designed with an all-night glow feature to help people get their bearings when walking in the dark.   

“Whether you’re going down stairs for a late-night glass of water or letting the dog out before bed, everyone needs light to feel safe,” said Levine. “Our lights are brighter than most on the market and offer a pure white light unlike many LED lights.”

As winter approaches and the days get shorter, diminishing light in and around the home can lead to falls and injuries.  Falls are the most common home accident and account for an average of 5.1 million injuries and nearly 6,000 deaths yearly¹. To help prevent this hazard, Mr. Beams has designed bright, white, battery operated LED lights with motion sensors that brighten dark areas in and around the home. 

“Good lighting in your home is critical to help prevent falls and injuries,” said Larry Weinstein, AARP National Events Livable Homes Pavilion developer and president of Shared Solutions America (www.livablehomes.org), a national non-profit organization and resource center for seniors and people of all ages with disabilities.  

“By brightening up potential dark spots such as steps, thresholds, pathways from bedrooms to bathrooms, and areas that are not supported by built-in high quality lighting, motion-sensing lighting products such as the Mr. Beams Stair Light and Spotlight can dramatically reduce the risk of falls and improve the overall safety of your home,” continued Mr. Weinstein.  

Mr. Beams LED lights use far less energy than other bulbs, last longer, and cost less to use over their lifetime. Battery-powered operation means these lights operate even during power outages and attach anywhere.   What’s more, there’s no need to hire a costly electrician as the lights can be installed by anyone. 

Mr. Beams lights are available on line at www.mrbeams.com  and through select catalogs. The stair light retails for $24.99. Other wireless lights are also available.  

GLIDE Company Offers Product for Half Price to Lorain County Residents

 Offer is way for Wireless Environment to say “Thank You” for Support of Entrepreneurs

Wireless Environment, the maker of Mr. Beams LED lights, would like to help prevent falls in the home and also give back to Lorain County residents in appreciation for the Lorain County Community College (LCCC) Foundation Innovation Fund award it received to validate its business concept and assist with its start-up.

{mosimage}To do this, they are offering 50 percent off all Motion Sensor Stair Lights to Lorain County residents.  To take advantage of the offer, go to www.mrbeams.com and checkout with the number of Stair Lights you want to purchase. At the end of the checkout process, enter the promotion code LCTY.

“We are building a company Lorain County and Northeast Ohio can be proud of and we are very appreciative of the support we received to get our business off the ground,” said David Levine, president of Wireless Environment.

Wireless Environment is based in Elyria at the Entrepreneurship Innovation Center of Lorain County Community College.  It was a recipient last December of an LCCC Foundation Innovation Fund award. Wireless is also a client company of the Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE).

The issue of safe lighting resonates for Levine, co-founder of Wireless Environment. His grandmother’s late-night fall on the way to the bathroom started a downward health spiral that led to her death in 2006.  The Mr. Beams Stair Light was designed with an all-night glow feature to help people get their bearings when walking in the dark.   

“Whether you’re going down stairs for a late-night glass of water or letting the dog out before bed, everyone needs light to feel safe,” said Levine. “Our lights are brighter than most on the market and offer a pure white light unlike many LED lights.”

As winter approaches and the days get shorter, diminishing light in and around the home can lead to falls and injuries.  Falls are the most common home accident and account for an average of 5.1 million injuries and nearly 6,000 deaths yearly¹. To help prevent this hazard, Mr. Beams has designed bright, white, battery operated LED lights with motion sensors that brighten dark areas in and around the home. 

“Good lighting in your home is critical to help prevent falls and injuries,” said Larry Weinstein, AARP National Events Livable Homes Pavilion developer and president of Shared Solutions America (www.livablehomes.org), a national non-profit organization and resource center for seniors and people of all ages with disabilities.  

“By brightening up potential dark spots such as steps, thresholds, pathways from bedrooms to bathrooms, and areas that are not supported by built-in high quality lighting, motion-sensing lighting products such as the Mr. Beams Stair Light and Spotlight can dramatically reduce the risk of falls and improve the overall safety of your home,” continued Mr. Weinstein.  

Mr. Beams LED lights use far less energy than other bulbs, last longer, and cost less to use over their lifetime. Battery-powered operation means these lights operate even during power outages and attach anywhere.   What’s more, there’s no need to hire a costly electrician as the lights can be installed by anyone. 

Mr. Beams lights are available on line at www.mrbeams.com  and through select catalogs. The stair light retails for $24.99. Other wireless lights are also available.  

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