An Introduction from Kevin Greiner, CEO

Here at Gas South, we have always taken great pride in being actively involved in enriching the communities we serve.  Beyond simply providing natural gas, our employees have always worked hard to ensure that we are actively engaged in helping our local neighborhoods grow stronger.  We work hard to inform and interact with our customers online through social media outlets, like Facebook and Twitter and now through our brand new blog, The Hot Spot.

Thank You

First, I wanted to personally thank you for making Gas South the fastest growing natural gas provider in Georgia. We are a company that cares about our customers and we appreciate you choosing Gas South for your natural gas needs.

The Hot Spot

Our hope is that this blog will become a place to get to know our company from the inside out and to learn more about how we can work together to make this community great.  You’ll be hearing from multiple employees here at Gas South on numerous subjects, from area events to special discounts to energy saving tips and more.  We want to provide information that will educate and entertain our customers and we feel that this is a great way to further establish a conversation.  So, keep an eye out for more content to come and, as will always be the case with our posts, let us know your thoughts.

20 thoughts on “An Introduction from Kevin Greiner, CEO”

  1. Thank you for the positive feedback! We hope you will continue to enjoy our new blog and please keep the comments coming.

  2. I just want to mention I am just all new to blogging and honestly loved your website. Probably I’m planning to bookmark your website . You surely come with great stories. Thanks a bunch for sharing your blog.

  3. For the first time in many years I must choose a natural gas provider and have developed a spreadsheet with all the info I can find to make my choice. I must compliment you on your website. It is easy to navigate and provides useful information. I must say since I am conducting my research online I naturally saw some very negative reviews and had actually written Gas South off until I decided to go ahead and input the Gas South data. I believe I might have made a mistake had I not considered Gas South. Your pricing program seems to be very competitive and I appreciate your community involvement from the Learn with Therms Program to your Affinity Program for ticket discounts. I am trying my best to compare apples to apples but it is difficult. It would be great if Gas South had a company comparison chart (I didn’t say rate comparison because there are intangibles that are important to me such as the school program)that would allow me to add other companies and then make my decision. Naturally since you are providing the chart you would fill in the Gas South column which would provide you the opportunity to create additional categories that highlight your company and provide comparisons other than just looking at what the rate per therm is. Since I am making my own chart I would appreciate the following info from Gas South. What is your (1) Customer Service Fee, (2) What is your Atlanta Gas Light Charge and (3) do you have an installation/connection fee? Hopefully you will respond in the four hour response window you mention on your website. The time is 6:50 AM but I won’t start the four hours until 7:00 AM when your Customer Service Department opens. Again, an excellent web site which was well thought out and provides the majority of content I need. For your demographic I live in Northwest Georgia and am 61 years old. As far as I know I don’t know anyone that works for Gas South or for that matter Scanna or GA Natural Gas. My decision will be totally independent and unbiased. Sincerely, Dan

  4. Thanks for reaching out to us Dan! We’ve sent an email to the gmail account listed on your comment. Please reply with a phone number where we can reach you so we can help answer your questions.

  5. Greetings Friend, I am writing from Caloundra, Australia. Thanks so much for the great content. It helped me a lot with my college computing research 🙂

  6. When I originally commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get four emails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove me from that service?

  7. We are working on this for you and we know that can be a pain. Thanks for reading!

  8. It’s difficult to find experienced people about this subject, however, you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

    1. Hello Mr. Kevin Greiner, and thanks for doing a great work.
      I am an 80 year old disabled senior citizen that lives on social security. I saw a need in South West Atlanta where houses are declining and people are in need of help. Nobody has live there for years and the house is still vacant. I tried to help. Gas South was the cheapest. I volunteered to get gas believing the price would stay under $100 monthly. Even my home gas bill is tolerable. People had to know the gas would work. Please modify number 6264708530 to a price so that I can afford it. It suddenly went sky high $414.64, and now $777.69. The customer service agent are not willing to lower that bill so that I can pay. I am willing to pay, but can’t afford the increased costly bill. Please help lower that bill so that I can pay for it with my monthly social security check.

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