CN Brown Electricity
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- Published on Monday, 07 January 2013 17:41
Launching rewards program across convenience, gasoline, heating oil, electricity locations
CSP Daily News | January 4, 2013
SOUTH PARIS, Maine -- Gasoline, heating oil and convenience retailer C.N. Brown Co. has expanded its energy options by offering low-cost electricity to customers in Maine and will link it to a new Big Apple convenience store and gas station rewards program.
A family business for 65 years, C.N. Brown operates 78 Big Apple Food Stores, 27 Red Shield Heating Oil locations and 20 gas stations.
It sells a range of energy products, including branded and unbranded gasoline, heating oil, propane, kerosene, diesel fuel for both on road and off road, wood pellets and natural gas. Providing low-cost electricity is the next step in providing loyal customers with all of their energy needs, the company said.
"In addition to being extremely competitive in the electricity market, we plan to offer our loyal customers deep discounts on other product lines in our business," said Jinger Duryea, president of C.N. Brown.
"In addition to our great electricity rate, our customers will enjoy an additional five cents off per gallon on C.N. Brown's 'Red Shield' Heating Oil, K-1 or Propane cash price," said Jeffrey Jones, president of C.N. Brown Electricity.
In mid-January the company will introduce "C.N. Brown Rewards," a loyalty program that will offer additional discounts and savings, according to Sue Goulet, loyalty coordinator and project manager for C.N. Brown.
Initially, discounts and savings will apply to customers who make purchases at the Big Apple Food Stores throughout Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The second phase will include purchases at C.N. Brown's gas stations, Red Shield Heating Oil locations and C.N. Brown Electricity.
- Published on Thursday, 15 November 2012 12:05
On July 1, most of Central Maine Power’s customers unknowingly suffered a 19.6% increase in electrical transmission rates. If they did notice the shocking increase to their electric bill, they most likely failed to connect the rate hike with the aggressive agenda to push wind power in Maine.
- Published on Thursday, 03 January 2013 14:37
SOUTH PARIS, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - More than 10-years after a new law deregulating electricity took effect we're finally seeing the kind of competition in the industry that state leaders were envisioning.
Now Mainers have several companies to choose from when it comes to electricity suppliers.
South Paris based CN Brown is the latest company to jump into the electricity supply business. It has been purchasing it's own electricity for awhile to power it's offices and Big Apple stores. Now it's ready to offer electricity to its customers and other consumers.
"We've been buying for our own locations for about 8-years and doing very well so we felt our expertise was up enough that we could pass this along to the residents of Maine and New Hampshire now", said Jeff Jones CN Brown's Vice President of Electricity.