Point.Click.Switch rebrands, launches with Ravens' wide receiver Torrey Smith [VIDEO] - Technical.ly Baltimore

Nov. 15, 2012 8:30 am

Point.Click.Switch rebrands, launches with Ravens’ wide receiver Torrey Smith [VIDEO]

Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver Torrey Smith wants you to stop paying so much for your energy usage. That was the message he delivered Tuesday night at the launch of Point.Click.Switch, a Harbor East-based company that allows people to switch energy suppliers in order to save money on monthly utility bills. Founded in 2010, the company […]

Baltimore Ravens’ wide receiver Torrey Smith wants you to stop paying so much for your energy usage.

That was the message he delivered Tuesday night at the launch of Point.Click.Switch, a Harbor East-based company that allows people to switch energy suppliers in order to save money on monthly utility bills. Founded in 2010, the company has rebranded from PointClickSwitch.com, and now has a new website. (Read Technically Baltimore’s coverage here.)

Watch a video on Point.Click.Switch. featuring Torrey Smith.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=839JVfzeuWs&w=550&h=309]

Smith is the new spokesperson for the company, and “will be utilized in commercials, which debuted [Tuesday] evening, and for appearances to promote customer awareness and benefits of choice for energy,” according to CityBizList.

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