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PRESS RELEASE: Greenheat Solutions Interviewed by Voice of America TV

The co-owner of Greenheat Solutions in Clinton County will be interviewed Saturday by Voice of America TV, an international television network.

Aleeah Livengood will discuss her company, which sells and installs wood-fired masonry heaters and pre-cast fireplaces that are energy efficient, improve air quality and reduce environmental impact.

The pre-cast fireplaces were unveiled at the Global Climate Summit Conference last December and use a catalytic converter.
THE PROGRAM

The network's "USA Green Stories" series features companies, individuals and communities that promote green and clean energy initiatives.

"We feel that being asked to be part of this program is a wonderful opportunity to educate the public on new and innovative products that conserve energy and help protect our environment," said Livengood.

The TV segment will be translated into more than 15 languages and broadcast through the USA Government Broadcast Board of Governors.

The network encompasses all U.S. civilian international broadcasting including the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Radio Free Asia, Radio and TV Marti and the Middle East Broadcasting Networks -- Radio Sawa and Alhurra Television.
THE COMPANY

Greenheat Solutions is a subsidiary of Livengood Masonry, which has corporate offices near Mulberry.

Along with heaters and fireplaces, the company offers ongoing education on energy conservation, heating efficiency and the environmental impact of its products.

More information is available at www.greenheatsolutions.net or by calling (765) 296-2401.

-- Max Showalter/mshowalter@jconline.com

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