USA: Bruins Defenseman Andrew Ference may be all about the black and gold when he’s on the ice, but off the ice he is all about living a green life. That’s why he is partnering with National Grid and CBS Radio to promote energy efficiency to residents and schools in Massachusetts and Rhode Island through an interactive contest.
National Grid residential customers will have the opportunity to win tickets to a home game and/or be awarded energy efficiency grants to use toward making their home more energy efficient. In addition, grammar and middle schools in National Grid’s service area can enter to win grants toward making their school more energy efficient, as well as a grand prize that includes a visit to their school by Andrew Ference.
“One of our main priorities at National Grid is to practice and promote environmental responsibility, and that includes working with customers on how they can use energy efficiency programs to save money and help protect our planet,” said Edward White, VP, Customer and Business Strategy.
“Andrew is not only a Stanley Cup Champion, he’s a firm believer in sustainable living and practices what he preaches. Partnering with Andrew to help promote energy efficiency with our customers is a no-brainer and we’re thrilled to have him as part of the team.”
The contest is open to all National Grid electric and gas residential customers – as well as schools (K- 8) in the National Grid service territory in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.