HOW DID IT BEGIN?
Some of our customers have asked how our “Bulletin” began. Actually, our newsletter originated at the time of the Arab Embargo in 1973-1974, when nobody really knew what was happening in the oil industry. Our intentions at the time were to present facts to our customers and interpret them, to the best of our ability.
As time went on, we added other newsworthy information about our company, its personnel, policies and services. We also included information on the many energy saving products that sud-denly appeared on the horizon as well as ways to reduce heating costs.
Over the years we have found that the “Bulletin” has served as an excellent means of communication with you, our customers. Your comments and sug-gestions over the years have been adopted to further enhance the interest for everyone.
So, all in all, we started this to fill a particular need in 1973 and have kept it go-ing ever since. We feel this is still a useful tool for sharing information with you and filling those needs—or at least we hope you get to read our little blurbs. 🙂
MONTHLY BUDGET CUSTOMER:
Remember to check your statements carefully. Some of you may have had a change to your monthly amount. If your amount changed and you pay on-line automatically, please remember to make that change with your bank as well.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day—March 17th.
FROM OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT:
In an effort to keep providing you with the best service possible, please let us know any changes you have made to your contact information. If your phone number has changed, or you prefer we use a cell phone for contacting you, just let us know. Also, we have several customers receiving all of their statements and invoices by email. If this is better for you, we will gladly make that change for you.(See the FREE OIL Coupon below for more information) Give us a call at 781-834-8831, or email us at email@example.com. NOTE: If you do have any Service or delivery requests, we ask that you still call us on the main number instead of requesting by email. This will give you the quickest possible response from us.
Remember—All of this can now be done on-line
On A Lighter Note….Signs of Spring
- MARCH 1: Return of Red Wing Blackbirds
- MARCH 6: Ash Wednesday
- MARCH 10: Daylight Savings Time
(Time to change the batteries in your thermostats and smoke detectors too)
- MARCH 13: Chipmunks return
- MARCH 20: First day of Spring
SUPPORT A LOCAL CHARITY AND RUN…
Marshfield Education Foundation
9th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K Road Race
10:00 Start—March 14, 2019 at Venus II, Marshfield Register on-line:
MASSACHUSETTS SPOTLIGHT: EQUIPMENT REBATES
Replacing an older heating system certainly has an impact on household budgets, but Rand-Handy Oil can help you take advantage of rebates on your new boiler, furnace and tank. Equipment rebates are still available through the Mass Save program and through a program operated by the Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association (MEMA), and the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA). Since 2017 when these programs began, we have helped our customers save hundreds, sometimes thousands, with equipment upgrades. Call us today for more information.
Ever wonder what you can do to help your local schools?
- Make a cash donation rather than a purchase. All PTA groups welcome donations of any amount. Many schools have set up non-profit educational foundations that accept tax deductible donations.
- Ask your school for a copy of its wish list. Most schools are thrilled to accept donated items and services of all sorts.
- Support fundraising ventures that promote volunteerism and the community. Money you spend on school car washes, auctions, road races, etc.. Are often nearly 100% profit for schools.
- Inquire about being a volunteer. Schools yearn for over-50 adults to read stories, do occasional office work, monitor hallways, and visit classrooms to talk about a talent, job or even a trip.
- Become an activist. Write to your local legislator, ask your local PTA about educational rallies, or gather some friends and try to gather more financial support for education. Every voice counts.
Q: What kind of Witch likes to go to the beach?
A: A Sandwich. (Sand Witch)
February’s OIL DRAWING WINNERS
1st Prize: Robert S. — Duxbury
2nd Prize: Donated to Family in need — Duxbury
3rd Prize: Kara M. — Marshfield
Please note that you can now enter the oil drawing online. Please complete the form at right to be entered in next month’s drawing.