Public Power Launches "Free Electricity in 2010" YouTube Contest

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Public Power, a Connecticut-based electricity provider, aims to give dozens of people free electricity through a contest they are running on YouTube. "Free Electricity In 2010" will run until the end of the year.

"We're very excited about this contest, especially given the current economic climate," said Bob Gries, CEO of Public Power "We really look forward to giving dozens of people a much needed financial break by paying their electricity bill."

Electricity supplier Public Power has launched a YouTube contest that will give dozens of winners free electricity.

Based in Danbury, CT, Public Power is a licensed electricity supplier whose existence was made possible by industry deregulation. This movement allows consumers to have a greater choice when it comes to who supplies power to their homes or businesses, generally resulting in significant savings.

Anyone may enter the contest by filming a video explaining why they deserve free electricity. Contestants then upload their videos to Public Power's YouTube group (http://www.youtube.com/group/FreeElectricity2010). Selected winners will receive anywhere from 1 month to 6 months of electricity at Public Power's expense. One Grand Prize winner will win a full year of electricity. Winners will be compensated regardless of their current electric provider and home state.

"We're very excited about this contest, especially given the current economic climate," said Bob Gries, CEO of Public Power "We really look forward to giving dozens of people a much needed financial break by paying their electricity bill."

To enter the contest or to view some of the submitted videos, go to http://www.FreeElectricityIn2010.com.

Customers interested in switching to Public Power will find that the entire process takes only a few minutes. After switching, the bill and service remains the same, however, the generation portion of the bill is usually significantly lower.

Public Power currently services Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New York. They plan to continue to expand over the coming months.

For more information on Public Power go to http://www.PPandU.com or call 888-354-4415.

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