February was an amazing month for us here at CES on many levels. We take Drug Education seriously—so much so that we are dedicating our whole newsletter this month to featuring the MANY Community Betterment activities we were involved in throughout February’s short month!
Before we dive into that I want to acknowledge our CES team—they have clearly demonstrated how competent they are at helping our customers. As you know, our purpose as a group is to empower our customers with information they need to make intelligent energy buying decisions. What this means is that our broker team, who understands the energy markets, does the research for you when you have an Energy Choice program in your state, so that you don’t have to waste precious time figuring out who the best supplier is for your natural gas or electricity.
When we connect a customer up with an energy supplier who can offer them the best rates available in the current market, this is very satisfying and our customers often benefit greatly from our CES team’s expertise.
For the record, the team here at CES helped more customers in February than ever before in the history of CES! We are very proud of the team here and the service we can provide to our customers.
CES SENDS OUR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS TO TALLAHASSEE!
February became Drug Education Month for us here at CES. Lynn Posyton, our Director of Community Relations went to Tallahassee, Florida representing CES for a Drug Free World and partnering with like-minded groups we support: the Foundation for a Drug Free World and Drug Free America Foundation.
They were all participating in Drug Prevention Advocacy Day in Tallahassee and met with House of Representatives and Senators on two bills we want their attention on.
CES BUYS A NEW FORD TRANSIT CONNECT VAN SO OUR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS CAN REALLY GET AROUND!
Lynn is always on the go. We decided to provide her with a brand new 2017 Ford Transit Connect Van so she, her associates, and all her Truth About Drugs materials can more easily get where they are going! She’s liable to show up anywhere. Her purpose: get out in the Community, meet people, find out what they’re doing and connect up with like-minded groups to make good things happen so it’s easier for our Youth to flourish and prosper.
In future newsletters you will see how this van evolves. We are planning to put a wrap on it. We might call it “Lynn About Town” or “CES Community Betterment,” or both! It’s all currently in the design stage. Stay tuned!
Here are some pictures of the brand new CES van from Walker Ford in Clearwater. They were awesome to work with and here’s a link where you can check them out. http://www.walkerford.com/