Happy 4th of July from Bounce Energy

By Adam P. Newton, July 4, 2013, Charity & Community, Events & Fun

Happy 4th of July from Bounce EnergyWhile it’s easy to equate the 4th of July with a day off work where you meet up with family and friends for a backyard party laden with barbecue and fireworks, Bounce Energy hopes that you remember the origins of this Independence Day holiday. This is the day that we commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, as the American colonies announced that they wanted to become independent from Great Britain.

So, this 4th of July, Bounce Energy wants to extend a tremendous thank you to all the men and women throughout America’s history who have fought to create, preserve, and maintain all the freedoms that we hold dear in this country. We have helped several military-oriented charities in the past with social media awareness campaigns that build awareness and raise funds so that these organizations can help both veterans and active duty members of the military.

Also, we have an ongoing Military Discount program for any and all active-duty members of the military and veterans who choose Bounce Energy as their retail electricity provider. If you live in Texas, you can enter the “MilitaryTX” promotion code when you place your order online to receive a 3% discount on your Bounce Energy bill. If you live in Pennsylvania or New York, you can sign up for the Military Saver 12 plan in your respective state to receive a discounted rate. We want to honor your service to America and thank you for choosing Bounce.

In case you’re still looking for interesting activities and refreshments to help you celebrate the 4th of July, we want to recommend a few articles we wrote earlier this week:

We hope that you enjoy a wonderful 4th of July with your friends and family, but be sure to remember everything that has happened to make it possible for America to celebrate 237 of these national birthdays.

Fireworks image courtesy of bayasaa.

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Born and raised in Southeast Texas, Adam P. Newton never acquired the charming accent that most life-long Texans possess in spades, but he’s OK with that. Adam currently creates and curates online content for Direct Energy. Before his career in content marketing, Adam spent several years toiling as a music journalist.

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