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Money Info Investment News Show 

The September 29 show features a live with

Jack Gregory, founder of 

Premier Holding Corporation

(Stock Symbol: PRHL)


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Premier Holding is an energy services holding company and deregulated energy supplier and provider.

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Mr. Gregory is the founder of a unique energy company that he sold to Premier Holding Corporation (OTCQB: PRHL), where he continues to be a large shareholder as well as an ardent supporter of the current management.

Premier Holding Corporation

Jack has a compelling story about the background, the marketplace, and the business model and actions of Premier, a vertically integrated energy company comprised of interactive subsidiaries strategically positioned to capitalize on energy deregulation.

He will be discussing the dynamics and benefits of Premier’s business model centered on the acquisition of synergistic subsidiaries that accumulate and service residential and commercial energy consumers while collectively offering and delivering cost savings and state of the art energy efficient products and services.

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The deregulated energy business is estimated to be a $500 billion+ industry in the U.S. (roughly 5-7 times larger than the lucrative telecom deregulation market of the early 1980’s)  The U.S. Energy Information Administration indicates the deregulated retail electric supply market in the northeast alone exceeds $75 billion annually, further noting the current New York market to be approximately $7.7 billion.

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Premier Holding Corporation is a publicly traded energy services holding company. In addition to the energy and business management expertise of its subsidiaries, the Principals of PRHL possess decades of experience in mergers and acquisitions. PRHL provides much-needed strategic management, as well as financial support, which includes access to capital, financing expertise and legal structure to the deregulated power and energy efficiency markets.(PRHL.OB).

Premier Holding has already affected its business model of acquiring and integrating powerful and complementary businesses in the energy sector to provide a very broad range of products and services in the energy management field. PRHL has strategically formed a company that is “Everything Energy”. PRHL’s companies have vast experience in technologies and services for deregulated power and much- needed expertise in energy reduction.

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Last week’s show featured Premier Holding Corporation CEO Randall Letcavage

See more and hear the show replay here


Deregulated Energy Provider Stock News

Premier Holding Subsidiary Energy Efficiency Experts (E3) Becomes a Preferred Vendor to Kaiser Foundation Hospitals — E3 to Start Projects at Two California Hospitals Immediately — See News

Premier Holding Subsidiary, Energy Efficiency Experts (E3), Selected to Provide LED Lighting to Inland Star –E3 Closes Another Large LED Project for a Major Warehouse in California — See News

Premier Holding Corp. Subsidiary, The Power Company, Sets Another All-Time Sales Record In June – The Power Company (TPC) Continues to Reach New Heights With Another All-Time Record for Residential Deregulated Power Sales Solidifying it as a Market Leader See News

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