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Trident University Honors Veterans Through Solar Panel Adoption Marketing Program

CYPRESS, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/14/14 -- Trident University International, a 100% online university of choice for veterans and civilians alike, has recently become the nation's first educational institution to join the SolarCure "Adopt-a-Solar Panel" Marketing Program.

As part of this cause marketing program, Trident will sponsor a portion of a solar panel and its' associated all-inclusive costs that will be installed as part of a complete solar array on the roof of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 6061. This solar panel installation will provide the VFW with extra income through Solar Renewable Energy Credit and generate free and clean energy for at least 25 years. The reduced electricity bills will allow the VFW to allocate more funds towards their organization's mission. Once installation is completed, web based monitoring software will provide a constant feed of the multiple environmental benefits this project provides.

This innovative program benefits multiple beneficiaries: the environment, our economy, and military veterans.

Thomas Katsahnias, National Director of University Partnerships & Veteran Affairs, and Former US Army logistics officer and Iraq War Veteran, stated "Partnering with SolarCure allows us to give back to the veteran community in a unique and innovative way, while also benefiting the environment. This is something that excites us, as a large portion of our current student and alumni population is made up of veterans. It's important to help the environment, and although it's not a value that is outwardly and publicly defined by the University, its protection is important to all of our lives."

Trident University also supports many charities and community efforts such as the Philippines Typhoon relief effort and Toys for Tots. Their second annual participation in the "Race on the Base" event allowed Trident to continue its support of the Armed Forces while promoting a healthy lifestyle.

About Trident University

Founded in 1998 and based in Cypress, California, Trident University is a regionally accredited online college with a 90% Ph.D. faculty that strives to serve professionals and members of the U.S. military family. Trident offers high-quality Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees using a learning model which employs proven case-based and applied online learning methodologies.

Trident University International has a rich tradition of serving the women and men of the Armed Forces; Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, Veteran, or Spouse and Dependent. With programs specifically developed with the schedule of a working adult in mind, TUI's 100% online programs uniquely serve individuals with demanding schedules. Offering 15 degrees and 82 concentrations, there is an ideal program for many working professionals.

Trident has been awarded "Best Affordable Masters in Human Resources Online #11" by GetEducated.com.

Trident University Contact

To learn more about Trident University and their military friendly education programs, please visit http://www.Tui4education.com or contact Thomas Katsahnias at [email protected].

About SolarCure

SolarCure specializes in helping businesses combine powerful messaging and brand promotion with legitimate, sustainable, renewable green energy practices -- all while helping veterans. For more information on career opportunities or how your company can grow its business while helping veterans and the environment, please visit http://www.solarcure.us or email your questions to [email protected].

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