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XOOM Energy, LLC and the Corpus Christi Hooks Announce Partnership for the 2017 Baseball Season

July 12, 2017

CHARLOTTE, NC – (July 12, 2017) - The XOOM Energy family of energy retail companies announced a new partnership with the Corpus Christi Hooks, minor league baseball team of the Texas League and the Double-A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Houston Astros. With this partnership, XOOM Energy will enjoy extensive branding and visibility throughout the Hooks home stadium, Whataburger Field. In addition, XOOM Energy will sponsor a variety of Hooks related media, including radio, social media and in-field stadium signage.

“For over a decade, the Hooks have been a sports institution in the Corpus Christi community, offering an exciting and family friendly environment and we are looking forward to our partnership with them,” stated Chris Phillips, Chief Operating Officer of XOOM Energy. “Teaming up with the Hooks allows XOOM Energy an opportunity to introduce ourselves to fans who may not be familiar with XOOM Energy and the products and services we offer.”

“Great partnerships evolve from like values, and XOOM Energy enjoys a reputation for excellent customer service. We are excited about our new strategic partnership, and look forward to helping XOOM Energy connect its products, plans, and services to both homes and businesses,” said Andy Steavens, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of the Corpus Christi Hooks Baseball Club.

Hooks fans will get an opportunity to learn more about XOOM Energy and participate in giveaways, as representatives from the company will have an activation booth in the concourse of Whataburger Field during home games on Tuesday, July 25th through Friday, July 28th, 2017.


About XOOM Energy, LLC

Based in Huntersville, North Carolina, XOOM Energy, is a progressive, independent energy retailer. Through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, XOOM Energy supplies natural gas, electricity and renewable energy to residential, small business, mid-market and large commercial customers in deregulated energy markets in 19 states, plus the District of Columbia, and Canadian provinces of Alberta and Ontario, in 100+ utility markets across North America. To find out more, visit For other inquiries, please contact