|By PR Newswire||
|November 8, 2012 01:36 PM EST||
HOUSTON, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Kick off the holiday season with a gift from ENCOA (Energy Company of America), a thriving new retail energy supplier. Each new customer that switches to ENCOA for electricity or natural gas service for their home, using a special promotional code, will receive a $50 gift card. Eligible customers can pick from Target®, Starbucks®, Citgo®, Amazon®, or iTunes® gift cards.*
ENCOA offers some of the most competitive electricity prices in the nation. ENCOA can offer competitive plans by negotiating prices and purchasing electricity in the market, passing on those savings to its customers.
ENCOA currently offers electricity service in Illinois (ComEd, Ameren), Pennsylvania (PECO, PPL, Duquesne Light) and Ohio (Duke Energy), and recently added natural gas service in Illinois (Nicor). ENCOA is rapidly expanding to other utilities and states. Check www.ENCOA.com for the status of service availability.
Switching is easy and only takes a few minutes. All customers need is their utility account number (found on the bill); ENCOA takes care of the rest. Customers can call 1-888-206-4891 (mention promo code RC50MA) or visit http://www.encoa.com/promo/RC50MA to learn more about the gift card offer and sign up for electricity service for their home. Customers can also be alerted of special promotions by signing up for ENCOA's special offer alerts.
ENCOA (Energy Company of America) is an independent retail energy provider of electricity and natural gas for homes, small and medium-sized businesses, and large commercial customers. Headquartered in Houston, ENCOA focuses on helping customers lower their energy costs through simple, straightforward energy plans that provide peace of mind. As a subsidiary of Twin Eagle Resource Management, ENCOA enjoys the strength of market leadership and experience, a national presence in energy management, and a focus on integrity, teamwork, and innovation. For more information about ENCOA, please visit www.encoa.com.
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