All over the country, people are preparing for the annual Light the Night walk. Rob Greening, the owner of NiteLites of Houston LED Lighting, is the Walk Captain and is sponsoring a team during two different walks in the Houston area to help this important cause:

Houston, TX Downtown
Saturday, November 10th
Discovery Green Park-Jones Lawn
1500 McKinney
Montgomery County, TX
Sunday, October 21st
Market Street in The Woodlands
9595 Six Pines Drive

This is an organized walk dedicated to raising funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for their research of blood cancers. According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night website, “Funds raised by teams and individual walkers provide: Lifesaving blood cancer research, free educational materials and events for patients and their families, local programs such as Family Support Groups and First Connection, a peer-to-peer counseling program, and comprehensive, personalized assistance through our Information Resource Center.”

Mr. Greening was recently awarded the Rising Star Rotary International for Service Above Self 2012 award, and he is also the co-chair for the CERT Rodeo for 2013.

NiteLites of Houston LED Lighting installs and repairs outdoor lighting systems for businesses, neighborhoods, and homeowners. Our entire line of solid brass and copper landscape lighting can be retrofit with the most rugged and reliable outdoor LEDs. This unique technology is 75% more efficient than traditional low voltage systems and can illuminate for up to 50,000 hours. We offer top color LED lighting with dramatic energy savings which are a good fit for the consumer as well as the environment.

Light the Night Walks take place throughout the United States including:

Oct 4Greenville
Nov 1Charleston
Sept 29Charlotte
Oct 4Dayton
Oct 11Cincinnati
Oct 13Indianapolis
Nov 1Jacksonville
Oct 5Kansas City
Nov 3Lakewood Ranch
Sept 28St. Louis

More information including start times for the area events can be found on the Light the Night website. Donations to the cause can also be made at the site and on the Light the Night Facebook page.