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The Direct Energy Cincinnati Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award Returns for 2nd Year

The Direct Energy Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award is an extension of an existing Direct Energy program that encourages company employees to volunteer their time and energy to a cause or an organization in their local community. The award itself consists of: $5,000 donation to the winner’s 501(c)(3) approved nonprofit organization of choice in their [&hellip

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Local Nonprofit Founder Named 2013 Dayton Volunteer Citizen of the Year by Direct Energy

On Thursday, November 21st, Direct Energy, with media partners Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV, honored the 2nd annual Dayton Volunteer Citizen of the Year award winner, Kris Horlacher. Kris is the founder of Shoes 4 the Shoeless, a nonprofit that provides new, properly fitting gym shoes, socks, and underwear to local children in need. Kris [&hellip

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Army Veteran Wins 2013 Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award from Direct Energy

On Wednesday, November 20th, Direct Energy, along with media partner, ThisWeek Community News, held a special award event for the three finalists of the 2nd annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program: Ruth Krumm of the Johnstown-Northridge Community Food Pantry, Jim Caronis of Operation Buckeye, and Maren Roth of the Jack Roth Fund. [&hellip

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Direct Energy Buzz October 25 Edition

Happy Friday! We’re also less than one week away from the spookiest holiday of the year, Halloween. Have you checked your home for energy zombies lately? We’ve had a ton of things going on here at Direct Energy this week, so here’s your recap! On Monday, we announced Volunteer Citizen of the Year’s return to [&hellip

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Direct Energy Buzz September 20 Edition

Whew, what a week! Before you head off for the weekend, tune into this week’s recap of Direct Energy news, energy tips, and the Hot Job of the week. Monday was International Preserve the Ozone Day. Although this eco-friendly day has passed, take some of the tips from our blog on ways to go green [&hellip