SAN DIEGO, June 14, 2011 — Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza has teamed up with Stellar Solar to host a series of free solar dinner seminars at their San Diego County locations. The dinner seminars are in keeping with Sammy’s efforts to promote sustainability and renewable energy among their customers.

“We have made substan""tial strides in our internal efforts to save energy and source local, organic and sustainably grown ingredients,” said Sammy’s founder Sami Ladeki. He added, “Working with Stellar Solar to host these dinner seminars is just another way we can promote sustainability and renewable energy in San Diego County. Our combined marketing efforts can reach a significant amount of people.”

Kent Harle, founder and CEO of Stellar Solar, added, “Sammy’s is a perfect partner for this type of program. Besides being a personal favorite of my family, their locations are in prime areas for solar and they are walking the talk when it comes to sustainable business practices. This is a unique opportunity for us to turn home and business owners on to solar in a quality establishment with a reputation for fresh, seasonal cuisine, a loyal customer base, and longevity in the market. These are attributes that Stellar shares given our 10 years of solar experience in San Diego. Our association with Sammy’s can help us convey that.”

Seminars will be held beginning in July at Sammy’s locations throughout San Diego County. For a complete schedule, visit  

About Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza

Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza, founded by Sami Ladeki in 1989, is known for its award-winning gourmet pizzas, tapas, salads, pastas and signature Messy Sundae(R). Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza has 17 locations throughout Las Vegas and Southern California. For more information, please visit

About Stellar Solar

Stellar Solar is a leading San Diego County-based residential and commercial solar photovoltaic design and installation company with ten years of experience and 600+ San Diego County residential solar and commercial solar installations. Their commercial projects can be found throughout the state of California and range in size from 30kW to 1.2MW. Learn more at

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