LeMieux is about to launch a quest for venture capital to develop the next generation of PEG. Chances are some smart money out there will see this as a kinetic energy idea with potential.
Here in Tremont, you never know what you're gonna see. Today on her walk, our mascot Harvey came across Greg Martin and his vintage tinrtype camera taking some skyline shots. Check. This. Out.
The rumors are true! This holiday season, you can get the nPower® PEG at any REI store in the US or at REI online, and in Canada at Valhalla Pure Outfitters. Stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, here's our hero Aaron with Talking Points Memo yesterday.
"We are a clean energy startup in Ohio. We're working on innovative technology right here in the industrial Midwest. We manufacture locally, ship internationally, and we did it all while the 'Great Recession' was going on. This election, with lots of candidates saying we need to do this need to do that for our economy, here's clearly a case where we did what we needed to do because we're entrepreneurs."
Holiday shoppers, here we come!
You read that right. Cleveland gets a chance to show off its 12oz. curls at the 1st Annual PBR 1K at 12 noon, September 23, at the Treehouse in Tremont. Drink 1,000 cans of PBR, funds support the Green Beret Foundation, co-sponsored by Tremont Electric & GoRuck, creators of the GoRuck Challenge. Join the event on Facebook here.
As a participant in the GoRuck Challenge, I wanted to do something more to support the community," said Tremont Electric Founder & CEO Aaron LeMieux. "I can't think of anything better than raising money while hoisting PBRs."
GoRuck manufactures and sells Made in the USA military grade outdoor gear, a great fit with Cleveland's own nPower® PEG, the world's first passive kinetic energy charger for hand-held electronics. LeMieux will join other Clevelanders in the GoRuck Challenge in Cleveland October 27.
"Join us for the Browns game against the Bills, or come after from the stadium," said LeMieux. "We've got 1,000 beers to get through."