Consumer Choice Marketing Approved For Energy Deregulation in North and South Carolina

Consumer Choice MarketingWe’re proud to announce that Consumer Choice Marketing and the Commercial Assistance Program (C.A.P.) is approved to market/sell commercial natural gas in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina.

This brings our total to 27 states for Natural Gas and Electricity that we can market in for the energy deregulation business opportunity.

This gives Consumer Choice Marketing a total energy deregulation footprint of 27 states and 90 local utilities.

Consumer Choice Marketing, based in Toledo, Ohio and was created in 2008. Profitable and debt free ever since. Consumer Choice Marketing, through their independent brokers, concentrates in saving money for residents and businesses across the country for utilities and services that they already buy on a monthly basis.

Those services include internet, voip phone, satellite, wireless home security, cell phones and the extraordinary Savings Advantage Club, that saves people hundreds if not thousands per year.

They also sell lowered electricity and natural gas to residents and businesses within the energy deregulation footprint by states.

This mix of services gives Consumer Choice Marketing and their brokers the ability to market in the states that are not energy deregulated yet, but will be.

Energy deregulation, the ability to offer lower electric and natural gas supplies, gives the consumer the ability to choose savings by choosing their supplier of these utilities.

The energy deregulation law was passed in 1998, but left up to the states to implement. All 50 states have to be completely energy deregulated, for both residential and commercial energy, by 2015.

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