Sprague expands energy programs for restaurant group
The expansion builds on the customized natural gas program Sprague introduced to association members in 2012.
Recognizing the need for members to control fuel costs beyond natural gas, Sprague is now offering members an opportunity to evaluate cost management programs for heating oil and propane as well as natural gas.
NHLRA, the statewide trade association for the hospitality and tourism industry in New Hampshire, offers programs that give small businesses greater buying power.
"The relationship with Sprague is a great example of how we can help our members better manage unpredictable energy costs," says Mike Somers, president of the NHLRA, in a statement.
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