When They Come Back, Bounce Gives Back: The Boot Campaign is Our May Charity

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The Boot Campaign was started in Texas in 2009 by five women who began the pursuit to build something that would give back to those who afford us all the freedoms of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: our brave U.S. military veterans and their families. With Memorial Day approaching on May 25th, Bounce […]

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Knock Knock, Who’s There? Summer. Lock in Your Electricity Rate Today!

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“Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it.” – Russell Baker Summer is knocking on the door of springtime’s sweet evening breezes, and in a matter of weeks, that breeze is going to feel like a hair dryer on a hot setting. What will you be doing when the first […]

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Spending Earth Day with Your Little Earth Warriors!

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Earth Day is every day at Bounce Energy. But to the larger population of Earthlings, it’s the one day of the year to focus and pay homage to our great Mother Earth. Have you ever met a child who doesn’t love the outdoors? As the little Earth warriors who will inherit our planet, bring them […]

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5 Fun Family Projects to Help Spend Your Tax Return

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As we all know, Tax Day is April 15th (gulp). Though there’s lots of paperwork to fill out, it can be worth it if there’s a possibility of a nice tax return. Now the big question is what to do with your tax return? Should you save it? Spend it? Well, why not use it […]

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Better Know your Electricity History Series, Part Three: Rural Electrification Act

Next up in our Better Know your Electricity series is focusing on the Rural Electrification Act. The Rural Electrification Act was one of the most important parts of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. It was passed by Congress in 1936 to give those in rural America a fair chance at life. Past You see […]

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How Should My Garden Grow? Watch Your Garden Thrive with These 5 Tips

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Gardens, like people, come in all types and sizes. Whether growing award winning roses or organic vegetables, there are a few key practices that can turn your modest garden into the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Follow along as we give suggestions on how to improve the health of your garden, and gain optimal growing conditions […]

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$5 Bill Credit is Yours with Bounce Back Energy Savings!

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Back in the day, Bounce Energy created a clever program called Peak Rewards. The purpose was simple: if you lowered your energy usage when Texas needed it most, typically in the summer,  we would reward you on your next bill. After 2 successful years, we’ve continued this service as Bounce Back Energy Savings and are offering you more […]

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Have a Hoppy Easter with Pinterest

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Easter is this Sunday, and we are loving all of the creative ideas out there for fun ways to celebrate with family. From yummy food to adorable crafts, Pinterest has all the ideas you’ll need for this festive day! We’ve compiled a board on our Pinterest page with our favorites, plus we’re including some below. […]

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Socially Save Our Mother Earth! The Conservation Fund is This Month’s Charity

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The birds are singing, the flowers are blooming, and with Earth Day on April 22nd, April is the month we turn our focus to Mother Earth, more than usual! Keeping in sync with all things earthy, Bounce Energy’s charity for the month of April is The Conservation Fund, a non-profit organization that for 30 years […]

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Better Know Your Electricity History Series, Part Two: The War of Currents

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When Thomas Edison’s successful, long-lasting incandescent light bulb first lit streets in 1879, it took 50 years for electrical service to enter only a fraction of American homes. By 1920, only 35% of American homes had electricity. Why did one of the hottest technological upgrades to the human toolkit take a lifetime to switch on? […]

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