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AKRON, Ohio, Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- FirstEnergy Solutions announced today that
Calvert Catholic Schools in
Tiffin, Ohio, is a winner in the FirstEnergy Solutions Thanks a Million giveaway, an opportunity for residents and businesses throughout
Ohio to win cash prizes and secure a low electric generation price for four or seven years. All eligible
Ohio residents and businesses that enrolled in a FirstEnergy Solutions electric generation offer between
August 1, 2012, and
October 31, 2012, were automatically entered into the giveaway.
"Choosing FirstEnergy Solutions as the electric supplier for our facilities was a no-brainer," said
Calvert Catholic Schools superintendent. "And winning this prize money is an amazing opportunity − we could use it to help fund our energy efficient lighting project that is underway or it could be devoted to our tuition assistance program, which will allow even more children to benefit from a Catholic education."
Ohio-based company, FirstEnergy Solutions is committed to helping ensure the people and businesses in this state continue to thrive, which is why we created our Thanks a Million giveaway," said
Trent Smith, vice president of Sales & Marketing for FirstEnergy Solutions.
In total, eight businesses will win
$50,000 each, eight residents will win
$25,000 each, and FirstEnergy Solutions will give
$50,000 to each residential winner's local school district to use however they see fit.
FirstEnergy Solutions is also making long-term fixed price offers available to residents and businesses interested in locking in an electric generation price for four or seven years.
"Our PriceControl offers are a great opportunity for residents and businesses to take advantage of today's historically low prices in the energy market," said Smith. "And by locking in a low fixed price for four or seven years, customers could potentially see considerable savings over the long term."