MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - In light of the upcoming Remembrance day, marking 100 years since the start of WWI, Summitt Energy has challenged its employees to donate cash in return for pizza, in support of the Poppies campaign by the Royal Canadian Legion. Pizza for Poppies encourages employees to donate, and in return, Summitt Energy returns their support with a pizza day.
"It's a very worthwhile cause," says Gerry Haggarty, President & CEO of Summitt Energy. "We are proud to support the Canadian Legion. Supporting veterans and the commitment they have made to in order to ensure the safety of all Canadians is very important to us."
Summitt Energy is a proud supporter of local causes and charities including Big Brothers, Big Sisters of London, Covenant House and Ontario Parks & Trees.
For more information regarding the Summitt Energy visit Summitt Energy's website: www.summitt.ca or call toll free at 1 877 222- 9520.
About Summitt Energy (www.summitt.ca): Established in 2006, Summitt Energy is a leading retail energy marketer that provides natural gas and electricity services to homes and businesses across Canada. Summitt Energy specializes in electric and natural gas price protection programs to homes and commercial/industrial customers, furnace & air conditioner rentals, green energy initiatives, water filter systems, and hot-water rental & maintenance programs.
SOURCE: Summitt Energy
For further information: Lindsey Trypuc, Director, Sales & Marketing, Summitt Energy, (905) 366-7034, [email protected]