About NuGen LED Solutions
From the owner...
I created NuGen LED Solutions in January of 2017, after serving the Outdoor Advertising Industry, since 2005, in Construction and Operations Management for a multi-state plant dealing hands-on with HID & LED Lighting, Digital LED Signs, Structure Erection and Billboard Maintenance. These services continue today under NuGen Outdoor Enterprises, LLC (our holding company). We're also organized with AEP (American Electric Power), First Energy (OH, WV, PA), Duke Energy, DP&L (Dayton Power and Light) as well as several Electric Cooperatives. We are a TCP Product Distributor as well as a USA cooperative for two leading LED manufacturers.
Our products are used nationally in signs, schools, offices, hotels, restaurants, athletic fields, turnpikes, fire stations, police stations, warehouses, factories, state parks, gas stations and more. Customer satisfaction is our first priority.
To date we have helped our customers collect thousands of dollars in rebates. Our customers range from the local guy with a pole barn to the largest Hotel, Billboard, Retail and Restaurant Chains in America. We hope you will share our passion to rid the nation of low efficiency lighting in order to conserve energy for generations to come.
We're a member of the Louis Bromfield Society on behalf of The Malabar Farm Foundation in Lucas, OH. In 2018, NuGen LED Solutions donated all of the LED lighting for the late Bromfield's home, which includes paintings by the late folk artist, Grandma Moses, Bromfield's Pulitzer Prize and the location of the Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall wedding. Also upgraded on the same state park property was the famous Pugh Cabin (site of the opening scenes of The Shawshank Redemption - nominated for 7 Academy Awards). Bromfield was a conservationist, farmer, best selling author and it is an honor to have a NuGen LED Solutions badge on the commemorative wall in the welcome center at Malabar Farm.
"Conservation is the Key to Preservation"... The title of a painting I created while in FFA Class. In 1993, with the paint barely dry, the artwork was requested to be shipped to Columbus, OH for a display and hasn't been seen since. Years later, this motto is still the foundation behind my efforts... and I'd really like to locate the painting." --Jeremy Lucas