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Experienced customer service and sales professional serving Alabama Power’s customers over the past ten years in three Divisions and two service centers. My background includes rates, billing,...

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Southern Company is sending resources to help get the lights back on after Hurricane Laura left more than 800,000 customers without power across Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.

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Matt Chester on Aug 31, 2020

Love seeing this story, thanks Philip. The utility industry's insistence on mutual assistance as a way of doing business is one of the more inspiring regular occurrences. I don't know that I've seen anything similar to it in any other industry. 

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