East Lansing, MI (PRWEB) November 14, 2014 - Battery Giant is opening the door to the future for store owners Bob and Fonda Cavin as well as the local East Lansing and the Greater Lansing community with a ribbon cutting ceremony beginning at 11:00 a.m. on November 21, 2014.
The Battery Giant location at 1306 Michigan Avenue in the Gillespie Group’s Midtown Complex marks the 23rd franchise and sixth regional location for the Michigan-based battery company.
"We have always had the dream of owning our own business," shared store owners Bob and Fonda Cavin. "We discovered Battery Giant, and they discovered us, turning our dream into a reality. We are now taking charge of our own future, serving the East Lansing and Greater Lansing population as their battery experts."
Battery Giant is a one stop shop for all residential and business consumer battery needs, carrying thousands of battery and battery related products that range from hearing aid batteries to fork lift batteries. With a focus on the environment, Battery Giant also helps consumers recycle their used batteries and old cell phones by conveniently offering free battery recycling at the store.
The Take Charge Grand Opening Celebration runs from 11am – 1 pm on Friday, November 21, with a strong focus on the local community. Some of the dignitaries participating in the event include: Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, East Lansing Mayor Pro Tem Diane Goddeeris, State Representative Andy Schor, Bob Trezise, CEO of Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP), Tim Daman, CEO of Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC), and Aaron Harris, President of Lansing Black Chamber of Commerce (LBCC).
Bob and Fonda Cavin would also like to invite the East Lansing and Greater Lansing community to join them and other local vendors in participating in the 30th Annual Silver Bells In The City in Downtown Lansing following the Battery Giant Grand Opening. "We are excited to be part of the neighborhood celebration that includes an electric parade, the lighting of Michigan’s official Holiday Tree and a fireworks show over the Capitol Dome," stated the Cavins. "We are looking forward to taking care of East Lansing & the Greater Lansing Community battery needs this holiday season and beyond."
Headquartered in Madison Heights, Michigan, Battery Giant currently operates 25 franchised retail locations in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Arkansas, Texas, Panama, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Battery Giant is a multiple revenue stream franchised store, offering retail battery sales, business to business sales, tech center services and battery recycling. For more information about Battery Giant, battery recycling, green power solutions, or franchise opportunities, visit their website at http://www.batterygiant.com, or contact Greg Danziger, President, at 248-414-1884.
SOURCE Battery Giant