Superior Energy in the Media

2019

“WOMEN IN PROPANE: SERVICE TECH “SAM” BASSETT A RARITY…“I was just going to do it temporarily until I found a job in the electrical field, but that never happened.” She stayed at the small company primarily working with residential customers for six years before joining Superior Energy about 18 months ago.
The family-owned propane company based in Vernon, Conn., is one of the leading propane companies in Connecticut and parts of southern Massachusetts. Founded in 1939, today the company not only distributes propane, but also specializes in space heating equipment, fireplaces, gas fire logs, and temporary construction equipment. They tout hiring employees like Sam who live in, and are familiar with, the communities they serve, and provide them with opportunities to continue their training, even paying for schooling and all certifications.” -
Butane-Propane News, September 2019

“ADAPTING TO THE CHANGING WORLD: NEVER STOP LEARNING”80 YEARS, MANY CHANGES - Alan is the fourth person to lead the family-owned and -operated business. The company was founded in 1939 by his grandmother, Sarah Friedman. Sarah, her husband Max, along with six kids (youngest son Harry was born later) immigrated to the U.S. from Europe to work as farmers. She spoke little English but knew a business opportunity when she saw one. Needing propane for the family farm, she decided to buy the propane in bulk and sell the excess to other local farmers. Thus, the company was founded as Superior Propane Inc. in Ellington, Conn.” - Butane-Propane News, August 2019

2018

“Arctic Splash Sends Kids To Camp”“Superior Energy, Durkee said, provides more camp scholarships than anyone else year after year, and will send 12 local children to next summer's camps.” - Hartford Courant, December 2018

2017

A group of splashers plunge into the chilly waters, at Valley Falls Park. - Steve Smith/Courant Community

A group of splashers plunge into the chilly waters, at Valley Falls Park. - Steve Smith/Courant Community

"Arctic Splash Sends Kids To Camp"..."Several dozen brave 'splashers' took part in the 9th annual Arctic Splash, benefiting the Vernon Parks and Recreation Department's Send-A-Kid-To-Camp program...Superior Energy received the award for most funds ($850) raised by a business...Superior Energy also ran a special raffle - any participant who donated a winter coat for the Cornerstone Foundation was entered into a drawing for several gift cards. We are very excited to report that the 2017 Arctic Splash raised enough donations to provide 40 scholarships...that's 40 children who would not have been able to afford a week of camp this year, who will now have the opportunity to play games, swim, and meet new friends." - Hartford Courant, December 2017

"Taking Care of Business while Helping Pets"..."Over a dozen CHS cats and dogs found their new families this fall, thanks to Superior Energy in Vernon. The business held its annual adoption event at its headquarters and sponsored adoption fees for each critter who found a home that day. It’s become a day that Superior Energy employees and CHS have come to look forward to each year. Their commitment doesn’t stop there – Superior Energy is quick to lend a helping paw whenever a need arises, whether it’s sponsoring a special CHS event or matching kids’ donations to the pets during CHS’ summertime Lemonade Stand Challenge." - CT Humane Society, October 2017

"July In The Sky Set For July 5"..."Vernon Parks and Recreation Assistant Director Steve Krajewski said..."Also, thanks to our two main sponsors, Price Chopper and Superior Energy. This event would not be possible," Krajewski said." - Hartford Courant, June 2017

"2017 Vernon Fireworks Show: The Complete Guide"..."The event sponsors are Price Chopper and Superior Energy...The “Fun Zone,” sponsored by Superior Energy, will once again cover McCoy baseball field with giant inflatable toys and games." - Vernon Patch, June 2017

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"Arctic Splash truly Arctic This Year"..."Sponsors, including Superior Energy (which had the most money raised by a business)...combined to raise more than $1,500." - Hartford Courant, January 2017

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