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Rob Stenger of Simple Energy Partners witnessed the Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners in dramatic fashion with a walk-off grand slam in the 10th inning. But he probably enjoyed how the game started even more than how it ended.
As a way to show appreciation for being a valued partner,F.W. Webbarranged for Stenger to partake in the thrill of a lifetime for any Red Sox fan — he got to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Webb also provided complimentary tickets for his family and Simple Energy’s management team to attend the game and witness his pitch.
Simple Energy Partnersis a full-service energy marketing business located in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. They provide heating oil, propane, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical services to their customers in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Service is nothing new to Stenger's family though. He dedicated his first pitch to his mother and father, both proud veterans of the United States Navy. Stenger's appreciation of military service carries over to Simple Energy too. The Department of Defense recognized him as a Patriotic Employer for supporting employee participation in America's National Guard and Reserve Force.
F.W. Webb General Manager Levi Smith was more than happy to arrange a memorable day at Fenway Park for Stenger and his team.
"Rob, Kinson, and their crew at Simple Energy are long-standing valued customers and this is our way of saying 'thanks.' Simple Energy shares the same philosophy that we do — every customer counts! We're thrilled to be Simple Energy's supplier for all the products they need to run their business," Smith said.
代表每个人fw韦伯, thank you to Rob Stenger, his family, and the team at Simple Energy Partners for their dedication and loyalty to serving our country.