"This program was doubling rewarding," said Darlene Gayler. "Not only were we able to take a lot of energy off the grid, but we are also able to make a significant donation to causes we strongly support."
The Gaylers were nominated for the Danville Chamber's Business Person of the Year, acknowledging the company's community service philosophy.
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