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NECA member MJM Electric powers up the GOP Convention

Greening electricity, hiring workers to power GOP Convention

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Tampa Florida-GOP Convention site-NECA member MJM Electric has been charged with "greening" the electricity used to power the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Aug. 27-30. MJM's work at the Tampa Convention Center for the RNC has been featured recently on several local media outlets, including ABC Action News and Fox News.

The signature color for the Republican Party might be red, but for the RNC Host Committee trying to promote local Tampa Bay area businesses, the operative color is green.

Local company MJM Electric has experience wiring major events for power, sound, and video, including Super Bowls. Owner Mark Mazur says a political convention is in a different league.

"Ten times bigger than a Super Bowl -- easily," said Mazur.


Source: Neca National, www.necanet.org

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