West U. Landmark Signs With Champion Energy for Electricity Services
HOUSTON, July 29 /PRNewswire/ — Scott Fordham, president and chief executive officer, today announced that Champion Energy Services (www.championenergyservices.com) has secured a 24-month contract to provide electric energy for Edloe Street Delicatessen (edloedeli.com), a landmark cafe and deli in West University Place.
“The opportunity to save 30 percent on electricity made this a timely business decision,” said George Boehme, president of Edloe Street Delicatessen. “And the opportunity to align with a Houston-based electricity provider is the icing on the cake.”
“Edloe Deli is a hub of activity in West University and Southside Place, and Champion Energy is excited to align with this neighborhood icon,” said Fordham. “George Boehme’s involvement in the community as a resident, business owner and West University city councilman is exemplary, and we look forward to working with him on some unique promotions for area residents.”
Edloe Street Cafe and Deli opened in 1975, was purchased by Boehme in 2008 and has since expanded to a seven-day breakfast, lunch and dinner setting.
About Champion Energy Services
Houston-based Champion Energy Services ranks among the top retail electric providers in the United States. Champion Energy currently serves residential, commercial and industrial customers in deregulated electric energy markets in Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Ohio and is slated to enter the New Jersey and California markets in 2010. The company serves 450,000 residential customer equivalents, with a peak load near 1,200 Megawatts. Champion Energy is backed by the financial strength of Texas-based Crane Capital. PUCT No. 10098, PA PUC license A-2009-2124113, Ohio PUC certificate 09-166E(1), Illinois (ICC) docket 10-0168.
SOURCE Champion Energy Services