Ambit Energy expanding service to Ohio
Ambit Energy, the world’s largest direct seller of energy and a leading national retail energy provider, will offer electric service in Ohio. Ambit will service the AEP Ohio area, which includes an estimated 1.5 million potential customers. Enrollment will open in the fall, with availability expected to begin Oct. 30.
“We are excited to finally bring Ambit Energy services to Ohio to help meet customer demand and create new opportunities for our current and future independent consultants,” said Jere Thompson, Jr., co-founder and CEO of Ambit Energy. “Our history of success is a testament to the overall value and service Ohio residents can expect when they join Ambit.”
Founded in 2006 by Thompson Jr. and Chris Chambless, Ambit provides electricity and natural gas services in deregulated markets in 14 states and Washington D.C., primarily using a direct sales channel of more than 350,000 Independent Consultants. The company has more than 1.3 million customers nationwide and recorded revenue of $1.5 billion in 2014, earning placement on the Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies for the sixth consecutive year.
Ambit, headquartered in Dallas, announced the Ohio expansion at the company’s ninth annual AMBITION conference, which hosted more than 8,000 entrepreneurs from all around the country to provide informative training, networking opportunities and presentations from guests speakers, including Mike Eruzione, captain of the “Miracle on Ice” 1980 Winter Olympic hockey gold medal team, and John C. Maxwell, internationally renowned leadership expert, coach and author.
For information about Ambit Energy’s rates and services, or about the opportunity to join the Ambit Energy team, visit www.ambitenergy.com or call 877-282-6248.
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