Joining our team right before everything sped up is our newest member Lexi Blockson! She is a Jack of many trades here at Adirondack Energy and we're extremely thrilled to have her! We hadn't had an in-house interview in quite a while, so we sat down with her for a little Q&A about her time here so far and a bit about herself!
Adirondack Energy is a company that prides itself on not only being locally owned and operated, but a true family endeavor. Three generations have been a part of the business! We decided to sit down with Bruce (the third!) to get his point of view on the family business and to get to know him a little bit more.
The 1st Annual Adirondack Classic Ball Hockey Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, July 28th 2018! The Adirondack Classic will take place in the Dairy Queen, Holiday Inn Express, and Mo's Pub & Grill parking lot complex and is sponsored by the Adirondack Energy Family of Businesses as part of their Annual Community Appreciation Day Block Party.
This year's event will be in support of the FA Class of 2022 Booster Club.
Registration is officially open!
We're extremely excited to be bringing our family-owned business to Potsdam, NY later this year!
You can find the news story online here: http://northcountrynow.com/news/kfc-dunkin-donuts-open-new-potsdam-mountain-mart-year-0236987
About this time of year, after a long winter with lots of phone calls, we finally can take a breath and reflect on the winter season. One of the things that we always find ourselves coming back to is how awesome our receptionists and customer service reps are at handling the phones during this busy time! They are usually the first person someone speaks with on their journey through service at its peak and without them our drivers & techs might just come to a halt!
A couple weeks ago it was Administrative Professionals Day and last week it was National Receptionists Day, so we thought it would be fun to interview Heidi King, one of our stellar staff who help things go round.
September 16 – At the end of an annual golf tournament, dinner, and live and silent auction, Adirondack for Kids raised $135,045 to be distributed to youth organizations in a variety of ways.
Held every year in September, the golf tournament is mostly a corporate event, which allows Adirondack for Kids to inject local and non-local funds into the community.
The Adirondack Energy Family of Businesses is exactly what it says: a family. We have an amazing group of employees who have been with us for years (some from the first day we had someone walk through our office door), and we have some employees who are just starting work with us and we look forward to sharing the adventure with them for years to come.
One of those long-time employees is Rob Snyder, one of our fuel oil delivery truck drivers. While many employees and customers alike know our office staff, not many get a chance to really get to know our delivery guys. So we wanted to take a few minutes and get to know Rob a little bit more!
Every year during August, the Adirondack Energy offices are flooded with deliveries, meetings, and phone calls pertaining to one annual event: The Adirondack for Kids Golf Tournament. As an employee or visitor, it is certainly a sight to see.
Everyone in the office knows of the event and many golfers within the community have heard of the event, but we decided that this year we would get the skinny on why the tournament is such a commotion, albeit a good one, in the office. We sat down with Nancy Monette, Executive Director of Adirondack for Kids, and got the low-down on all the hub-bub.
As we continue to grow and expand our services, we also continue to grow and expand our amazing staff. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to offer Service at its Peak. Our employees truly care about our customers and want to offer them the best, whether they are picking up their recycling, delivering fuel, or answering their questions.
We want to welcome Steve Elliott to the team now that he has a few weeks under his belt. Steve is a member of our new Ogdensburg team and is an account manager. If you live in the St. Lawrence County area you are bound to run into him at some point—whether you see him at a local event or just romping around town. We took some time ourselves to get to know the man behind the impressive resumé that he brings to the team.
Part of offering our customers Service at its Peak is letting customers pay in whichever way is easiest for them. We have recently invested into new software systems to allow our customer to see their current bill, their delivery status, and pay their bills online.
While we previously had a system that allowed you to pay online, it was not set-up to know how much you might owe without a paper bill sitting right in front of you. This new software might be different than the previous set-up, but we hope this how-to will allow you to learn how to make a one-time payment simply and easily.