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The implementation of art has been shown, time and again, to be an asset. It enhances economic development, makes a place more dynamic, improves quality of life, inspires, overwhelmingly impacts our health for the better, and adds real estate value.    read ART?


Acquiring a Perennial demonstrates your attention to detail. You care about your member's needs, you care about safety, you care about pleasurable experiences, you care about beauty, and you care about the environment. 


If you are a mobile device owner, and chances are that you are, you've more than likely experienced Nomophobia ("no-mobile-phone phobia"), for example when running out of battery, one time or another. The enjoyable time you were just having evaporates in an instant the moment you realize your device is about to red line. You go into fight-or-flight mode, leaving the location prematurely, hunting down anywhere, any place with a power source.

The result of providing a power oasis to your audiences, is a happier, more satisfied, engaged, and leisurely customer.


Social Infrastructure is defined as the physical places and organizations that shape the way we interact. And when it's robust, we are much more likely to engage one another and build relationships. When it's degraded and neglected, we're much more likely to hunker down and be on our own. - Eric Klinenberg

Social infrastructure plays an important role providing opportunities to bring different groups of people together, contributing to social integration and the desirability of a place.


You could use The Perennial's branding opportunities to increase profits from sponsors. Maybe you choose to sell the opportunity to one sponsor for a year or lease out the spot monthly. However you decide, it provides you with an additional revenue alternative.


Whether you install one Perennial or a forest of them, it promises to create a visual spectacle that passersby can photograph and share on social media.


The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit (ITC), allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes. The ITC applies to both residential and commercial systems, and there is no cap on its value. The Federal ITC makes solar more affordable for homeowners and businesses by granting a dollar-for-dollar tax deduction equal to 30% of the total cost of a solar energy system.

Additionally , you might be able to benefit from your state's incentives. 

Consult your accountant.


The Perennial, having been painstakingly designed to be a sustainable product that enriches our lives, could help you acquire LEED credits.

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