The concerts at the Riverwalk Stage at 11am and 1pm, will give children one more chance to have fun before heading back to school and be in the running to win some great prizes, while also learning more about how solar power works.
Silly Billies member Jumping John is really excited about the concerts and helping more families to learn more about how easy it is to be more sustainable.
“We had our Auzion system installed about nine months ago because we wanted to help look after the environment,” John said.
“The results have been amazing so I am really looking forward to jumping around and helping to spread the word about sustainable energy.
He said the Silly Billies believed using sustainable energy was really important and that it was important for everyone to do what they could.
“We love our solar energy system but what got us really excited was when we started getting money back instead of an electricity bill,” he said.
“We only got the smallest system available installed and still we are saving hundreds of dollars each quarter.
Auzion managing director Mark Leckenby said with the support of Sunshine Plaza, they were delighted to be presenting the concerts.
“Teaching children about sustainability is really important and our customers tell us it’s often the kids that get them thinking about sustainable energy,” he said.
Mark said the concerts were the beginning of a series of promotions Auzion and the Silly Billies were planning for Queensland, adding the concerts were also a celebration of the success the Sunshine Coast company had experienced since it launched about 18 months ago.
“Already hundreds of families have installed Auzion solar grid connect energy systems, and AuziMax energy management monitors, taking advantage of the solar credits available from the Federal Government.
“Families are fast adopters of new sustainable technology so we see this as a great way to say thank you to them for their support while also continuing to spread the word about the importance of sustainability and the impact we can all have.”
At the concerts there will be thousands of dollars in prizes to be won including Silly Billies merchandise and a solar grid connect system valued at $7000 (*a $1500+gst installation cost applies and installation must be completed through Auzion).
There will also great specials on solar systems available from Auzion on Saturday and throughout the following week at the Auzion stand in the Sunshine Plaza near Terry White Chemist and the Nut Shack, from Monday 25 to Sunday 31 January, where staff on hand to answer questions and demonstrate how the systems work.
“We look forward to seeing everyone there so come along and enjoy all the fun,” Jumping John said.
Thanks to Sunshine Plaza for providing the venue and to the Silly Billies for donating their time to make this event possible.
For more information about Auzion’s solar energy systems, mega solar bundle and the AUZiMAX, visit www.auzion.com.