Press Releases

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(HARTFORD, CT – July 16, 2007) Hartford area resident and entrepreneur John Suchecki came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Personal Achievement Award and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

The Personal Achievement Award is presented to the Mr. Electric franchisee who attains outstanding achievement in sales, manpower growth, franchise development or personal growth during the award year..

(LAFAYETTE, LA – July 16, 2007) Lafayette area resident and entrepreneur Stuart Thibodeaux came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Rookie of the Year Award and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

The Rookie of the Year Award is presented to the Mr. Electric franchise who, within their first 18 months of operation, demonstrates outstanding performance in sales and building the organization.

(PHOENIX, AZ – July 16, 2007) Phoenix area resident and entrepreneur Mike Bauer came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Sales Leader of the Year Award and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

The Sales Leader of the Year Award is presented to the Mr. Electric franchise who delivers the highest reported sales volume during the award year.

(VANCOUVER, WA – July 16, 2007) Vancouver resident and entrepreneur Jim Kleiser came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Service from the Heart and Personal Achievement awards and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

(VANCOUVER, WA – July 16, 2007) Electrical service professional and Clark County resident Eric Breslin came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Service Professional of the Year Award and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

Breslin works for Mr. Electric of Clark County, owned and operated by Jim Kleiser of Vancouver.

(WACO, TX – July 16, 2007) Donna Muhlman came back from an Atlanta trip last month with more than a tan and fond memories; she also returned with the Mr. Electric Woman of the Year Award and praise from friends and associates.

(HUNTSVILLE, AL – July 16, 2007) Huntsville resident and entrepreneur Keith Pinkerton came back home from an Atlanta trip last month with more than just fond memories; he also returned with the Mr. Electric Excellence in Leadership Award and praise from scores of friends and business associates.

The Excellence in Leadership Award is presented to the Mr. Electric franchise who consistently sets an example for others within the Mr. Electric system by conveying vision, participation and positive contribution.

(EDWARDSBURG, MI – May 25, 2007) Steve Bogunia, owner of Mr. Electric® of Cass and St. Joseph Counties, announces the startup of his new business.

Bogunia will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony 11:30 AM Tuesday, June 5, 2007 at 69045 M62 Suite E in Edwardsburg. Attendees will enjoy refreshments and the chance to win a $100 Home Depot gift card.

We’ve all seen it: Too few electrical outlets in your office means that your computer, printer, monitor, scanner, CD player, lamp, cell phone and iPod charger are all plugged into one inexpensive, overloaded power strip. It’s pretty unsightly, but did you know that the practice is also dangerous?

An extension cord can be a handy, temporary way to place electrical equipment wherever you’d like it. But if used improperly, extension cords can cause fire and injury – even death.

May is National Electrical Safety Month. The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) and Mr. Electric urge homeowners to be alert to the potential hazards of inappropriate extension cord use.