STREAM ENERGY LAUNCHES “IGNITE” TEXAS LICENSE PLATE PROGRAM
Non-profit Captain Hope’s Kids to benefit from specialty plate sales
(Dallas, Texas April 12, 2011) – Stream Energy, the world’s largest network marketer of energy, has announced pre-registration for a specialty Texas license plate emblazoned with the logo of Ignite, Stream Energy’s network marketing arm. The six-character plates will be available for delivery starting in late May through My Plates in partnership with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. A variety of number/letter combinations are already available using a layaway plan. For more information and to order, call 888-7MY-PLATES (888-769-7528).
A portion of the revenues for each purchased license plate will benefit Stream Energy’s community partner, Captain Hope’s Kids, which provides critical needs to homeless children in the Dallas area. For each Ignite plate purchased, $5.50 to $29.50 will be sent to the non-profit, depending on the plate term selected. (No revenue will be paid to Stream Energy or Ignite.)
“We believe deeply in the cause of Captain Hope’s Kids,” said Stream Energy Chairman Rob Snyder. “This organization helps families when they are most in need, when they find themselves at a deep crossroads. We are very pleased to arrange this innovative program.”
The announcement of the license plate program follows a $15,000 donation made from Stream Energy March 5th, at the conclusion of Ignition, Stream Energy’s annual national convention.
Captain Hope’s Kids touches the lives of more than 30,000 children from homeless families every year. Chairman Rob Snyder added, “Families with children make up 47 percent of the homeless population in the Dallas metropolitan area. Captain Hope’s Kids provides needed goods and services – and Stream Energy is committed to helping this organization.” Captain Hope’s Kids works with 40 service providers to provide critically needed items to homeless children.
Dallas-based Stream Energy is the longest-tenured direct seller of deregulated energy in America. Moreover, Stream Energy’s business model, evoked by the catch phrase “It’s OK to switch. Really®,” is helping promote the successful deregulation of retail energy services within Texas, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Maryland.