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Glacial Energy becomes a sponsor for Dunkin Donuts Independent Franchise Owners.

(Friday 7th, January. 2011) Glacial Energy, a national supplier of electricity and natural gas, has recently entered into a sponsorship agreement with the Dunkin Donuts Independent Franchise Owners (DDIFO). The DDIFO has grown substantially over the past year following a merger between the Midwest Dunkin Donuts Franchise Association and the Independent Association of Franchise Owners [...]

Glacial Energy To Exhibit New Product Line At Globalcon 2011 Expo

(December 2, 2010 – Philadelphia. PA) Glacial Energy to exhibit at Globalcon 2011 Expo with new product lines – Glacial Energy, a national supplier of electricity and natural gas, will be exhibiting at the Globalcon 2011 Expo in Philadelphia being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Centre March 30 – 31. Globalcon 2011, presented by the [...]

Village Trustees Approve Agreement with Glacial Energy To Purchase Electricity For Village

Village trustees approved entering into an agreement with Glacial Energy of Elmhurst to purchase electricity for village use. Trustees heard a presentation Thursday from Roger Dillon with Glacial Energy. Dillon explained that the village currently has 17 different meters at different village locations. According to Dillon, Glacial Energy buys electricity daily on the open market [...]

Glacial Energy BDM and NHL Flyers Legend, Dave Schultz, Wants To Become U.S. Citizen

Broad Street Bully. Enforcer. The Hammer. Dave Schultz has been called many things, but never a U.S. citizen. After nearly 40 years in the United States, Schultz, 60, will soon begin the journey toward citizenship.  And, he says, so will fellow Flyers alums Orest Kindrachuk, Bob Kelly and Bill Clement, now a Flyers broadcaster, all [...]

Trading Gigabits for Kilowatt Hours

Energy usage is top of mind these days thanks to the green movement, the Obama administration and the overall need to cut costs. What better time for agents to contemplate playing in the energy field as current and prospective customers reevaluate their utilities spend? Why not trade the gigabit or the minute for a kilowatt [...]

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