If you opened your mailbox today and found one of our invitations to a free dinner then you may be wondering why.  We’ve written this brief article to answer some of our most frequently asked questions about our company Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ and what you can expect at this free dinner event.  The purpose of the dinner is to introduce homeowners to new technologies and products that will help lower their power bill, make their homes more energy efficient, and comfortable throughout the year.   Our customers are constantly giving us positive reviews of our entertaining and fun dinner presentations led by our knowledgeable and friendly representatives so we’re confident you’ll love it too.

Presenter John Baxter educates about Solar technology at a recent dinner.

Presenter John Baxter educates about Solar technology at a recent dinner.


Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ was established in 2008 and operates out of Olympia, Washington.  And with over seventy employees our company delivers services to thousands of customers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, California and Pennsylvania.  We are an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau with an  A+ Rating.  Click here to see a short three minute video with customers reviews from popular 3rd party online review sites like Yelp, AngiesList and the Better Business Bureau.


The Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ Warehouse

The Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ Warehouse

So, back to the dinners – that’s what you really want to know about right?  Each invitation is good for both you and your spouse.  The dinner is about education in a fun and relaxing atmosphere.  You won’t complain about our choice of restaurants either.  We’ve picked restaurants with top reviews for your culinary pleasure.  Past venues include fine dining restaurant Anthony’s Homeport, Italian restaurant  Dolce Carini and The RAM Restaurant & Brewery.   Typical menu options include entrees such as New York Steak, Chicken Parmigiana or Grilled Salmon as well as a vegetarian option.  The Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ dinners last about an hour to an hour and a half and NO …. you do not need to bring your checkbook.  There is nothing to purchase at the dinner – we just want you to come along and enjoy a great evening with us.


Many homeowners have questions about their home and the way it uses energy.  Questions like, do they have enough insulation, would they benefit from solar panels, or how do they keep moisture from accumulating in their crawl space to name a few.  Every home is different and we don’t like to make generalizations.  Many customers do choose to take advantage of our free in home energy analysis to help them make informed decisions about the energy use and flow in their home.


What will you learn at a Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ Dinner?  At the dinner you will learn how to significantly cut your energy costs, learn about government tax programs that pay you to improve your home and you will learn about the latest technologies to make your whole house more comfortable in winter and summer.


Let’s review:


  1. SETI Logo 400x180 pixelsSmart Energy Today, Inc.™ is offering you and your spouse a free dinner and wants you to leave your checkbook at home.
  2. Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ is an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating.
  3. You’re learning about energy-saving techniques and technologies from a business with thousands of customers.
  4. Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ wants you to be warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.


In conclusion, If you received an invitation in the mail to a dinner hosted by Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ then please call the number provided and be ready with the RSVP code listed on the invitation.  You may also book online by clicking here.  Then get ready to be entertained, educated and eat a delicious dinner!  See the Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ website to learn more about the company and the products offered.

Recently  Smart Energy Today, Inc.™ was featured on ThurstonTalk a local online publisher.  Click here to learn more about the company and the dinners.  Tell us what you think of the article in the comments section at the bottom of this article.