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Direct Electric announces Gregg Schuetze joining our team!

Watford City, ND – October 23, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Gregg Schuetze from Watford Electric has joined the team of Direct Electric LLC to manage our growing residential business unit. Gregg is a master electrician in North Dakota and a local resident of Watford City for over 6 years.

 

Gregg started his electrical career in Kennewick, Washington in 2001 where he performed a variety of residential and commercial projects. He moved to Watford City in early 2012 and quickly noticed that homes and small

 business electrical requirements were being overlooked in the bustle of the oil and gas boom. Local residents were facing difficulties finding quality electric services for reasonable prices. Gregg aimed to fill that void.

 

Gregg founded Watford Electric in November of 2012 with the goal of serving the electrical needs of homes and businesses in and around the Watford City area. That move proved a great success and earned him the loyalty of his customers.

 

Gregg enjoys the lifestyle that Watford City offers and is currently active with many local organizations. He participates in shaping our community to offer the highest quality of life to both new comers and old timers alike. Some of these organizations include McKenzie County Builders Association, Watford City Economic Development Corporation, and Watford City Planning and Zoning. Gregg is excited to be a part of this community and looks forward to many wonderful years ahead.

 

We are excited to have Gregg and the customers of Watford Electric as part of the Direct Electric family. With Gregg on board, we look forward to expanding our business in the local community and continuing to provide the quality electrical services Watford City has become accustomed to since our company was established over 30 years ago.

 

You can reach Direct Electric at 701-842-6283 or email us Doc.Neamah@deelc.com for any of your electrical needs.