June 11, 2015
Atlanta Light Bulbs & ALB Energy Solutions was proud to be named in the top 200 Electrical Distributors in the Country by Electrical Wholesaling Magazine. EW magazine is the voice of the industry for electrical distribution and lighting supply companies.
"This is a significant achievement for our small family business, we are proud to have made the cut for the past 2 years", said Doug Root. Root also noted, "We work hard every day to be better than the day before and we are embracing the tides of change in our business".
A little bit about Atlanta Light Bulbs,
Since 1981, Atlanta Light Bulbs, Inc. has served as a premier lighting source in metropolitan Atlanta, and nationwide through its expansion to AtlantaLightBulbs.com in 1998, providing a huge selection of the most in-demand light bulbs, ballasts and accessories.
In 2015, ALB Energy Solutions was formed as a response to shifting market dynamics toward energy-efficient lighting, and a request from our commercial and industrial customers for more “consultative solutions.” With solutions backed by over 33 years of solid experience in commercial lighting distribution, along with a full line of strategically sourced, energy efficient innovative lighting technologies, we were well positioned to offer these services.
While our main objective is to help customers conserve energy used by lighting, we also have an extensive knowledge base and portfolio to offer our customers both new and innovative technologies as well as traditional and alternative lighting sources to make the most of their lighting budgets.
Atlanta Light Bulbs/ALB Energy Solutions is headquartered in Tucker, Georgia and is a member of the National Association of Electrical Distributors, Georgia Power Trade Ally program, Green Chamber of the South, U.S .Green Building Council, and a member of the Cox Family Enterprise Center.
Atlanta Light Bulbs was the 2014 Winner in the Small Business category of the 23rd annual Georgia Family Business of the Year awards by the Cox Family Enterprise Center in the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. Recent awards also include becoming a winner of Georgia’s first “Small Business Rock Stars” competition, a new program representing the first-ever collaboration of the Georgia Economic Developers Association (GEDA) and the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). The program recognizes outstanding, unique and impactful small businesses in the state of Georgia.