On September 11, 2014, Lykins Energy Solutions sponsored its 25th annual charity golf tournament at Legendary Run Golf Club. Jeff Lykins serves as President and CEO of Lykins Energy Solutions and is proud to carry on his family tradition of giving back to the community. In addition to his duties as President and CEO, Jeff serves on numerous non-profit and business boards in the area. Although many businesses support the event by attending and donating, Jeff noted Copper Blue Restaurant in Milford provided all the lunches for the golfers and DigiMax donated all the print materials and staff golf shirts for the event. In addition, Legendary Run Golf Course made a significant in kind contribution for the event.
This year, as in the past 15 years, CASA for Clermont Kids has been the beneficiary of Jeff’s and his staff’s efforts. He believes that the work done by CASA helps make Clermont County a better place to live and work. CASA for Clermont Kids and its volunteers serve abused, neglected, and dependent children in Clermont County. Every day in Clermont County children are removed from their homes by Children’s Protective Services and are thrust into the Juvenile Court System, through no fault of their own. The CASA for Clermont Kids volunteers work to find a safe, loving, and stable atmosphere for this children.
Jeff presented a check to Nathan Bell, the Executive Director of CASA for Clermont Kids, for the proceeds of this years golf tournament on October 3, 2014 at Copper Blue Restaurant in Milford.
Lykins Energy Solutions has partnered up with The Cincinnati Bengals! Every other 3rd down, when the Bengals are on defense, you’ll see the Lykins “Energy” Meter on the big screen to pump up the crowd. Who-dey!
CASA for Clermont Kids presented the first annual Lykins Positive Energy Award last Friday to Jeff Lykins. This award, which will be given out annually at future Spring Charity Galas, is being named after Jeff Lykins for all he has done to support CASA for Clermont Kids. The purpose of this award is to recognize and thank an individual or company for their outstanding support, efforts, and commitment to CASA for Clermont Kids. It also recognizes the difference they have made and continue to make to the program and in the community.
Lykins Energy Solutions now has a Fleet Management Program through Voyager. This program is perfect for landscaping, plumbing, and construction companies and it’s the easiest way to manage your employees fueling and save money.
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With every strike out, “Lykins Energy Solutions” will appear on the big screen and the smoke stacks will shoot off at Great American Ball Park. All sponsored by Lykins Energy Solutions, “Powered By Life”.
Friday, March 7th — Lykins Energy Solutions hosted 20 Amelia High School students Junior Achievement class.
Junior Achievement has a job shadowing program that brings high school students into companies to spend half the day going to different divisions and learning about the jobs within the company.
The students learned about Lykins mission, vision statements, and their company history, as well as the energy products Lykins offers and how they get those products to their customers. They found out what education, training and requirements people may need in order to get jobs in finance, business management, human resources, marketing, advertising, transportation and logistics within the company.
Each student received a certificate of achievement from Lykins Energy Solutions before they left.
Lykins Energy Solutions has further demonstrated its commitment to the community through the BP Fueling Communities Program by donating $12,500 to Cincinnati Nature Center. Fueling Communities provides grants to local organizations that are nominated by BP Branded Marketers to support the communities in which they provide service.
As part of the program, Jeff Lykins, a Nature Center Board Member and President of Lykins Energy Solutions, nominated Cincinnati Nature Center to receive this grant. In addition to his advocacy for Cincinnati Nature Center and his service to the board, Jeff, through a corporate sponsorship, generously supports the Nature Center’s signature fundraising gala Back to Nature as well.
Lykins Energy Solutions is a family owned and operated business headquarted in Milford, Ohio. According to Jeff, “We are proud to be able to give such a wonderful donation to the Cincinnati Nature Center, and we are fortunate to have such a unique place in the tri-state area for all to enjoy.”
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Last week, the PUCO offered 6 tips to help manage small-business utility costs. Check them out below!
Pay attention to your bills: Reading and understanding your bills can help you detect problems early on. If you receive a bill that seems too low or too high, contact your utility company. It may be a sign of a faulty electric or natural gas meter, and getting the problem fixed can save you from overpaying or paying too little over a long period of time.
Control the temperature: Lowering your thermostat in the winter and keeping the air conditioning at a reasonable temperature in the summer can result in a significant savings on your heating and cooling bills. Having an efficient heating and cooling system will also ensure you are using your electricity and natural gas most efficiently.
Know your energy usage: Conducting a simple energy audit can help you find ways to conserve energy and discover places where you may be wasting energy. You can find a company to conduct an energy audit for you, or look for tools online to help you do the audit yourself.
Understand the charges: When you get a telephone bill, check to make sure you are being charged for the correct number of telephone lines and other services. If you see a charge for a service you did not sign up for, contact the telephone company. It may be a sign of slamming or cramming on your telephone account.
Look for energy efficient appliances and equipment: Many large and small appliances have models available that are ENERGY STAR approved for energy efficiency. Although they may cost a little more, you will save on energy costs over time. You can also replace incandescent lighting with ENERGY STAR compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs or light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs to increase the efficiency and the life of the lighting for your business.
Research financial opportunities for energy efficiency investments: There are a variety of state and federal loan and grant programs to give businesses incentives to install energy efficient and renewable energy technologies.
The PUCO offers a variety of information to help small businesses understand their bills and conserve energy. For more information, contact the PUCO at (800) 686-7826 or visit their website here.