Despite the fact that many of us in this area awoke to snow on the first day of the new season, spring has arrived! With spring, comes Easter, which many will celebrate this weekend; the St. Louis area boasts many ways to celebrate. Enjoy a delightful breakfast with the Easter Bunny at the famous St. Louis Zoo or The Blue Owl Restaurant & Bakery in Kimmswick, or you can hunt for eggs at Queeny Park (for a great cause, no less), Purina Farms, Fenton City Park, and Six Flags and a few other events.
Just for fun, we have an Easter egg hunt for you. Today, we’ll hunt through our blogs for great information and a bit of fun.
- There are green eggs hidden all over our website. These blogs will keep you rolling in the green with money-saving tips for lighting your business, conserving energy at home, and determining when you need an upgrade.
- Our red eggs will actually keep you from seeing red by preventing you from settling for the wrong electrical service providers. In order to hire the right professional, you need to ask these questions, and keep our information on hand for emergencies. We promise you can count on us!
- These safety orange eggs provide information on maintaining security and safety at home, during flooding, at Halloween time and during the winter holidays.
- That odd-looking egg over there is filled with funny fails. To prevent a shocking experience, stay away from these #BranhamNoNo pictures.
- Our bright blue eggs contain a “secret” ingredient to our success: We like to have fun at Branham. Enjoy a bit of inspiration, a throw-back to electrifiying times, and discover why we were named the Business of the Year by one of the most vibrant and fun organizations around!
Now that your basket is full of education and entertainment, we want to challenge you to find the blog that has a special March 2016 offer (Hint: click here). This treasure alone is worth the time you spent hunting eggs. We’d also like to ask you what blogs you, our friends and followers, would like to see in the future. Do you have questions for us, or a particular kind of advice you need? Let us know!
We wish you a happy spring time and a very hoppy Easter!