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Sunfinity Solar Helps Light Up Texas' Black Tie & Boots Inaugural Ball

Sunfinity Solar, a Dallas-based provider of solar power systems for residential, commercial and agricultural use, has signed on as sponsor for the 58th annual Black Tie and Boots 2017 Presidential Inaugural Ball.

The event is presented by the Texas State Society of Washington D.C. and has grown into a highly attended highlight of the presidential inauguration festivities. 

John Billingsley, Sunfinity Solar's founder and CEO, said, "As a native Texan, I want Texas to lead the way into the next generation of clean, renewable, affordable energy – solar. That's why we launched Sunfinity Solar. We're very proud as a company to be celebrating our new vision at this time-honored event." 

This year's Black Tie and Boots gala will be held January 19, 2017 at the Gaylord National Resort. The evening features some of the biggest names in Texas entertainment on six different stages, a Texas fair and food and drink from iconic Texas eateries. Along with the incoming president, the ball commemorates the inaugurations of Texas' elected national representatives. 

Sunfinity Solar is headquartered in Dallas, with offices in Fresno, Sacramento and San Diego, Calif. The company plans to launch solar service in Texas, along with opening additional offices throughout California. The company provides a turn-key solution for solar power needs, from planning to design/installation and ongoing customer care.

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