Lykins Energy Solutions and Co-Sponsors, DigiMax Signs and Copper Blue Restaurant of Milford, come together every year to have a charity golf outing in September. Last year the golf committee raised $75,000.00 for CASA. This year they raised $73,000.00. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. CASA gives an abused child in the foster system/court … Continue reading “28th Annual CASA Charity Golf Outing”
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is warning utility customers of a payment scam that has surfaced across the state over the past few weeks. The scam is targeting particularly electric and natural gas utility customers, both residential and small business. A caller claiming to represent the utility informs the customer that they owe money … Continue reading “PUCO Warns of Utility Payment Scam”
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Propane Education & Research Council have posted 5 steps to take to prepare for the coming winter season. 1. Check your current propane supply. Make sure that you are aware of your current supply to decide your needs to get through the heating season. 2. Call your … Continue reading “PUCO Advises to Arrange for Propane Supply Early”
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”. Go Reds!
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 … Continue reading “Lykins Energy Solutions Donates $12,500 to Nature Center”
“Milford-based Lykins Oil Co. started selling oil to farmers 65 years ago. Then the family business branched out into gasoline, electricity, propane and natural gas. Today, Lykins sells petroleum products to gas stations and businesses in 15 states. But like everything else, times change and updates are needed.” Read the rest of the article here.