Stream Energy New Philanthropic Strategies

Stream Energy is an organization with a big heart. This can be seen through their efforts in Dallas where they have partnered with Hope in a bid to offer the homeless with clothes and food as well as ensuring that homeless children have the things they need for school, diapers and other items. Stream Energy employees and associates also take time from the schedule to meet with the different people they work with on the grassroots. Stream business model is pretty simple involving direct energy sales. They also take a step to offer corporate and residential services.

After experiencing 56 inches of rain in Houston, havoc descended upon the neighborhood resulting to what is known as Hurricane Harvey. This disastrous calamity ensued to the loss of numerous American lives, properties were destroyed and homes lost. Stream Energy could not stand by watching thousands of people trying to deal with the trauma and ordeal, all lost in the shocking aftermath. They dug deep into their corporate pockets and without a second thought to be the first company to offer a hand in the recovery of these traumatizing events. This helped ease away the financial burdens for the victims.

Stream Energy uses whatever resources they can lay their hands on to not only rebuild what is destroyed but to also help restore and build human dignity. The company looks at assisting the society in becoming prosperous by helping improve their quality of life, environment, and level of education. This is the reason they have gone further to open up one kind of foundation which is involved solely with Stream Energy charity and philanthropic activities which is known as Stream Cares. This will help them formalize their years of ongoing charitable work.

The stream care Foundation functions separately from the daily sales business of the company. Its primary task is to give back to the community through funding charities throughout Texas. The move has some advantages where it enables the Company to give back to the community while building and enhancing the name and reputation of Stream Energy.

Stream feels that giving back to the community is part and parcel of who they are as an organization. They are looking at being able to reach a more significant number of people who may be in need all over the world.

https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2013/04/09/537005/10027902/en/Stream-Energy-Expands-Service-in-Pennsylvania-and-New-Jersey.html

Serial Plaintiff, Nutrition Distribution, no match for Enhanced Athlete

Enhanced Athlete is a bodybuilding, food, and wellness company based in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and it was founded in 2014 by former US champion bodybuilder, Tony “Dr. Huge” Hughes. It is a constituent of a family of companies that offer an extensive line of products intended to facilitate the endeavors of those interested in fitness and/or bodybuilding. One of its sister companies, Enhanced Coaching, is where you’ll find personalized coaching options, developed in part by Tony Huge himself, that can include customized meal plans, unlimited online coaching, training programs, supplement advice, and more. The other affiliated company, Enhanced Gear, provides training attire such as, but not limited to hoodies, thermals, t-shirts, joggers, shorts, shaker bottles, and lanyards. You can visit these stores at enhancedathlete.com, enhancedcoaching.com, and enhancedgear.com respectively.

 

“Dr. Huge’s” ambition is to further research Enhanced Athlete products to achieve better effectiveness and safety. The company has seemingly satisfied customers all over the world, and has a Facebook page that boasts over 163,000 followers and counting. He also has a popular YouTube channel called EnhancedAthlete TV where he documents his jaunts around the world. The channel is dedicated to following him on these expeditions. His interest being “finding experts and experimenting on [himself] and others, crushing ignorance and false old beliefs in favor of truth and freedom.”

 

Enhanced Athlete was sued by Nutrition Distribution, a fitness company who has also sued and sent cease and desist letters demanding money to over 70 other fitness and bodybuilding companies. Their claim against EA is that they are having a negative impact on Nutrition Distribution’s fitness and bodybuilding product sales due to the alleged false advertising of EA’s products. According to Enhanced Athlete, Nutrition Distribution is simply suing its competition in order to coerce them to settle out of court for a comparably small amount of money with the only other option being to pay considerable legal fees fighting the cases in court. Nutrition Distribution requested a preliminary injunction against EA, but the court denied it stating that, “Plaintiff’s evidence does not establish a casual connection – or even more than a merely speculative connection – between Defendants’ product and marketing and Plaintiffs’ decrease in sales.” In a statement from EA, CEO, Scott Cavell says “Enhanced Athlete is not going to be the next victim of Nutrition Distribution’s shakedown scheme.”