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Amist A Storm & Powersoutages A Black Woman Story Of Success During Ikes Texas Visit

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One of our clients in Texas purchased a small solar systems with battery and DC /AC Inverter in her report:
Able to have lights , small TV, recharge cell phone
as your may know it was warm and humid after the Storm before the cool front came in a small fan which under these conditions you can feel like in heaven on a hot day where others have no power true security .

Plus had a child to enjoy looking at DVDs on Laptop.
She greatly enjoyed the convenience and peace of mind that this solar systems offered I intend to post our recent radio interview for your review I extended for her to joins We are Creative People today looking forward for all member to hear her response to Ike and the Storms Aftermath which resulted in over 5 million without power not counting New Orleans 2 million in wake of the emergency combined together near the same weeks of events.
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