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CES Blog

  • April 30, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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Here’s a bit of good news: the energy and manufacturing industry isn’t going anywhere. It goes without saying that energy and manufacturing are both critical pieces of our functioning infrastructure. Energy is necessary to sustain essential aspects of everyday life, from hospitals to the server farms and data centers that keep us digitally connected, and […]

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  • April 30, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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[Lawrenceville, NJ] – Over 1,000 feet of galvanized pipe. That’s what A.C. Scott Electric needed for a new prefabricated building being installed at the Educational Testing Services location in Ewing, New Jersey. When CES Lawrenceville Branch Manager Bill Scannon and his team heard that, they knew they were about to start one of the largest projects in […]

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  • April 28, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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[Sebring, Florida] — On April 11, after several long weeks of supplying essential businesses in their area and doing everything they could to help during the pandemic, Branch Manager Kip Doty and his team had an interesting opportunity to show their community support. “We helped sponsor a virtual prom night,” Doty said. “It was something […]

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  • April 23, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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Here’s the bottom line: energy is one of the top expenses for corporations, but it’s one of the easiest areas to cut costs, improve sustainability, and reduce emissions. This is where the Corporate and National Solutions division at City Electric Supply comes in. This specialized commitment to our corporate clients enables us to work with […]

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  • April 21, 2020
  • Written By: Brooke Williams
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[Chattanooga East, Tennessee] –“It is a blessing to work and raise a family in Chattanooga,” said Branch Manager Bryan Newberry. “I couldn’t think of anywhere else I would rather be. With the area’s growth over the last few years, with the many new schools, health facilities, and manufacturing plants, I know we are going to […]

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  • April 13, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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[Spartanburg, SC] — At a time like this, what’s more essential than the internet? With millions of Americans working from home and many more relying on minute-to-minute updates from their state and federal government to keep them informed, a reliable wireless infrastructure is more important now than ever before. District Manager Don Corbett knows this […]

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