SproutLoud Media Networks Announces First New Clients of 2015


Fort Lauderdale, FL — January 30, 2015 —Local automated marketing company SproutLoud Media Networks is proud to announce its first new clients of 2015. These brands represent a variety of industries, which shows SproutLoud’s expanding industry expertise and coverage.

Fiberon Decking specializes in manufacturing eco-friendly, high-quality composite decking, railing and fencing for home design. The company’s market-leading innovations include the first PVC composite railing and the first capped composite decking with multi-chromatic technology. Fiberon was also named on Professional Builder magazine’s list of top 100 products for 2014.

New Holland has been serving North America with its innovative line of agricultural and construction equipment for over 120 years. As a Clean Energy Leader®, it is committed to sustainable practices that reduce environmental impact. New Holland operates through over 1,000 dealers in North America, as well as through 3,000 dealers in 160 countries.

Founded in 2006, Solar City has quickly grown to become America’s largest solar power provider. It supplies Better Energy™ to thousands of homeowners and schools across the country. It also serves government agencies and large corporations, including HP, Intel, Walgreens and Walmart.

CyclePoint™, a division of Source America®, is the nation’s leading electronics recycling network. The organization ensures personal and business data security, maintains chain of custody of e-materials, provides destruction and end-of-life environmental management — all while providing sustainable jobs for people with significant disabilities.

“We are thrilled about our new partnerships with these great brands,” says Gary Ritkes, president of SproutLoud. “Like us, they are industry leaders who are committed to innovation and the importance they place on their channel partners to jointly grow their businesses.”



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