Georgia Senate Resolution Recognizes Jackson EMC
(Jefferson, Ga., February 28, 2012)—Jackson EMC has been recognized by the Georgia State Senate for “excellent customer service, community focused activities, and ethical business practices” in Senate Resolution 757, recently passed at the State Capitol.
The resolution, co-sponsored by Senators Butch Miller (49th), Rene Unterman (45th) and Steve Gooch (51st), noted that “Jackson Electric Membership Corporation plays an instrumental role in meeting the economic development needs of the communities it serves.”
A number of Jackson EMC representatives traveled to the Capitol to be recognized following passage of the resolution, including President and CEO Randall Pugh.
Pictured: From Left: Senator Steve Gooch, Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle, Jackson EMC Commercial / Industrial Representatives Josh Priewe and David Lee, Jackson EMC Director of Commercial / Industrial Marketing Lee Chapman, Senator Butch Miller, Jackson EMC Board Chairman Otis Jones, Jackson EMC President & CEO Randall Pugh, Senator Frank Ginn.
“Jackson EMC has always been committed to providing reliable, affordable electric power to our members, and to supporting our local communities through various efforts to improve the quality of life for all our citizens," Pugh said. "We are honored that the Georgia State Senate has recognized Jackson EMC and its employees for our community involvement and customer service excellence by unanimously passing this resolution.”
For more information, contact:
Contact: Mark Owen
Office: (706) 367-6574
Fax: (706) 367-6451