Sustainable Lodging Program a hit



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To the editor: If you missed the kickoff of the New Hampshire Sustainable Lodging Program (NHSLP) March 30 at The Highlander, you probably don’t know about the $1.2 million rebate fund available to New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant facilities to upgrade to energy-efficient lighting, motors and more! On top of the rebates, you stand to realize a return on investment that outpaces most of your alternatives. Darlene Johnston, owner of the Ash Street Inn in Manchester, said, “We got great information from PSNH. You could see the wheels turning in everyone’s minds.” The New Hampshire Sustainable Lodging Program will provide useful ideas to your property about saving money and preserving the environment that our business is based on. For more information, call or e-mail me at 362-4679 or mveasey@nhlra.com. The Sustainable Lodging Program is made possible through funding from Public Service of New Hampshire. The kickoff seminar venue was hosted and funded by Peter Morgan’s Highlander. Many thanks to Craig Sad, facilities manager at the Highlander and member of the NHSLP Steering Committee. Michelle Veasey Sustainable Lodging Director New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association Edit ModuleShow Tags