• English Indoor Bowling Association


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We are proud to announce we have partnered with the English Indoor Bowling Association as their offiical energy supplier.

In 2017,we started working together in partnership to offer better business energy and water packages to indoor bowls clubs across England. After a successful year, the partnership has now progressed with for us resulting in Utility Bidder becoming the Official Energy Partner to the association.

Since the original partnership began, 10% of bowls clubs have already utilised the services of Utility Bidder. With the extended partnership they aim to continue working closely with the EIBA to provide simple energy solutions and advice to all other members

EIBA is the National Governing Body for the sport of flat green indoor bowls and works with 285 Clubs across England. The partnership compliments the goals of Utility Bidder and their work within the sports industry as this continues to be an area of speciality for the utility consultant.

As the Official Energy Partner, Utility Bidder will continue to support bowling clubs throughout England with their utility supplies.

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Very friendly service from our sales executive Tom. Obviously has to go through the legals that was done as swiftly and without hassle - Paul Head

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Excellent service, many thanks to Steven Reid who helped me sort a problem I had with my supplier for years, he was very friendly, efficient, informative and guided me throughout - Nazima Din

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I would recommend this company without reservation. The broker I usually speak to is Tom Horn, he is very efficient, helpful and friendly - Kate Threadgold

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Thanks to Sukie and Mike for making the renewal of our group Electricity contracts for 2019-20 the easiest they have been. A great team and, an excellent 'no nonsense' approach to what can be a confusing operation. Many thanks - Dave Parkyns