The We Energies Cookie Book: Sustaining an Ongoing Tradition
Date: Feb 7, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM ET
The We Energies Cookie Book is a Wisconsin tradition that dates back to 1928, when home economists put together the first edition of holiday recipes as a goodwill gesture for electric and natural gas customers to encourage them to use their appliances. The publication was revived as an annual cookie recipe collection by We Energies in 2006 after a two-decade lapse.
Each year, We Energies distributes more than 200,000 Cookie Books across its service territory at numerous events. For this year’s collection, the utility company chose the theme “Celebrating Wisconsin Products.” All recipes in the 28-page book contain products from across Wisconsin, including butter, cherries, cranberries, honey, maple and various cheeses.
Attend Chartwell’s webinar to find out how We Energies, which serves more than more than 1.1 million electric customers and 1.1 million natural gas customers across Wisconsin, creates a warm, small-town feel across its service territory each year with this beloved tradition.
Cathy Schulze – Senior Communications Specialist, We Energies
Cathy joined the We Energies Corporate Communications team in 2010 as a senior communications specialist. Her primary responsibility is media relations. She also produces content for the company's social media channels. Previously, Cathy worked in journalism as a news reporter and TV anchor. She spent four years at Fox 6 News in Milwaukee and worked in various markets in upstate New York.
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