Hundreds enjoy Frontier Power customer appreciation day

| May 13, 2013
Local balloonist Ken Cramer talks to Bob Besst about the ups and downs of ballooning at the twelfth annual Frontier Power customer appreciation day event, held Friday, May 10 at the company property on Second Street in Coshocton.

Local balloonist Ken Cramer talks to Bob Besst about the ups and downs of ballooning at the twelfth annual Frontier Power customer appreciation day event, held Friday, May 10 at the company property on Second Street in Coshocton.

COSHOCTON – Hundreds of customers and guests attended the twelfth annual customer appreciation day held at the Frontier Power property on South Second Street in Coshocton on Friday, May 10. Employees of Frontier Power, Frontier Propane, Frontier Supply, Whit’s Frozen Custard and Progressive Water staffed the event.

Kelly Kendall, who is the Manager of Administration and Office Services for the company, said, “This is our twelfth annual event and we just like to show the community how much we appreciate their support. We like to do this annually and we have had a very good day so far. I would say we are close to 900 people today. It’s been good; the rain has held off, we have been very fortunate.”

Guests enjoyed grilled hot dogs, grilled hamburgers, chips, and a choice of chocolate or original Whit’s Frozen Custard and cold beverages of choice. Kendall said, “It’s a lot of work but our people enjoy it.”

Frontier Power is the main sponsor of the 32nd annual Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival, which will be held June 8, 9 and 10 at the fairgrounds. “We’re very happy to be able to be a position to sponsor that and we’re looking forward to it.”

Kendall said that the company’s employees enjoy the day because, “I think they enjoy seeing everyone. There are people who have been here most of the afternoon. They just come and visit. We have a setup with the water, we have a generator out here, most of our Frontier Power employees are out here, and you can talk about whatever you would like to talk about. I just think it’s being here for the community.”

Frontier Power is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative.

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