Chris Spielman, former Ohio State University and NFL linebacker, and breast cancer research advocate, will serve as the public voice of Volunteer Energy, a Central Ohio-based energy supplier offering discounted rates on electric and natural gas to residents and businesses in Michigan and Ohio.
Chris Spielman maintains a hectic schedule as a college football analyst for ESPN, a professional speaker, and most importantly, a father to his four children. He is also committed to community education and advocacy, which he has effortlessly exhibited through his unparalleled devotion to the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research, which he and his late wife founded in 1998 with an initial goal of raising $250,000; the fund has grown to $11 million since its inception. Spielman’s priorities are faith, family, and community, values that resonate with Volunteer Energy’s staff and customers.
Volunteer Energy is committed to doing business fairly, offering residential and business customers across the region a discounted natural gas rate they can depend on in today’s changing economy. Volunteer Energy has been providing customers with low natural gas rates for more than a decade. The company also offers low electricity rates to businesses throughout Ohio and continues to work with customers throughout the Midwest to find the best deal for their budget.
“We are thrilled to have Chris Spielman join the Volunteer Energy family,” says marketing director Jerry Haines. “Both Volunteer Energy and Mr. Spielman believe in strong communities and families, which is what drives us to find the best energy rates for our valued customers.”