Somerset Patriots and Signify help fans upgrade to energy-efficient LED lighting


Fans attending the Friday, July 13th baseball game can trade in an old, traditional light bulb for a free LED bulb

The Somerset Patriots have teamed up with Signify, home to the Philips lighting brand, to host a light bulb recycling and free LED light giveaway event as part of the Friday, July 13th game at TD Bank Ballpark. The game starts at 7:05 pm against the Lancaster Barnstormers and will also feature a fireworks show, presented by Signify.


As part of its Brighter Lives, Better World sustainability program, Signify, the world leader in lighting, will give a free, energy-efficient LED light bulb to all fans attending the game. To help save even more on their home energy costs, fans can receive an additional LED bulb by trading in an incandescent light bulb or compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), which Signify will collect and recycle.


“Improving lives and having a positive impact on our planet is at the core to everything we do. This includes helping people save energy, while giving them comfortable light for their eyes,” said Roger Karner, President of US operations for Signify. “With our US headquarters based in Somerset County, we are very excited to work with the Patriots on this program for our New Jersey neighbors and community.”


Switching to LED lighting can result in significant energy and cost savings. Some of Philips LEDs use up to 90 percent less energy than traditional light bulbs. LED light bulbs also come with an exceptionally long lifetime when compared to traditional light bulbs, capable of lasting 20+ years depending on use. Philips LEDs are also designed to meet our specific quality criteria, so they are comfortable for your eyes.

The 2018 Somerset Patriots Season presented by Ford is underway and features the team’s 20th Season at TD Bank Ballpark. For tickets, visit




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