HeatingOil4Less Announces Regional Expansion
Service-Based Electronic Matchmaker's Demand Explodes
OYSTER BAY, NY - As winters grip continues to squeeze the warmth from the East Coast, HeatingOil4Less continues to experience uncontrolled growth. The company, founded and led by Mark Stutzmann, electronically matches heating oil consumers with heating oil suppliers. The company web site, harnesses the power of a patent-pending software application developed by Stutzmann himself. He states, "This is the simplest thing in the world to do. You enter your zip code, and you're instantly presented with an array of choices for heating oil providers.".
Service providers register with Stutzmann's firm to expose themselves to the massive customer base generated by this innovative platform. Public appreciation for the simplistic capacity to save loads of cash on heating oil is clearly evident. Since its inception, HeatingOil4LessT continues to experience 300% month over month increases in its customer base and sales. The reason for that is clear: without using the service, you will pay more for your heating oil.
Stutzmann's states,"The way that this company has taken off was fully unanticipated. We get emails and letters every day thanking us for making it so easy to save money on something everybody needs. Our service providers show their appreciation as well. We have nearly 100 companies registered with us now." That is obviously just the beginning. The company is expanding its operations over the entire Tri-State area. When an idea is this good, people respond in droves.
HeatingOil4LessT is currently involved in negotiations with multiple investment groups concerning the possibility of nationwide expansion. Soon, anywhere there is in need for competitively priced heating oil provision, there will also be an immediate association with this one of a kind company. Company cofounder, Frederick Stutzmann proclaims, "We couldn't be more pleased with the way that this program is mutually beneficial to everyone involved. People need to stay warm. There's no choice there. However, now they do have a choice on how much they pay to stay warm."