Jon Snow is everything we love about a Pogo Energy customer
As a Pogo Energy customer, he’s trying to save the world from an apocalyptic climate threat.
Given the spoiler free-ness of this blog, the last time we saw Jon Snow, he was uniting forces with Daenerys Targaryen and asking Cersei Lannister for help defeating the Night King’s army of undead. Winter is coming, after all!
But let’s roll back the tape. His quest boils down to this:
- There’s an imminent apocalyptic climate threat …that seemingly can’t be stopped …and that his world isn’t prepared to fix …and the people in power (in this case, Cersei) don’t believe the gravity of the threat …and those same people refuse to do anything about it
Sound familiar? Here at Pogo, we’re dedicated to combating climate change by being a 100% renewable energy electric company. Climate change isn’t a matter of belief and we’re trying to do something about it.
It’s not just about convincing the people who have authority to do something about it. It’s dependent on all of us doing what we can to change it.
Jon Snow is just an overworked millennial
Jon Snow never asked for any of this.
He was never seen as a true Stark by his family, nor did he want to lead the Night’s Watch or become the King in the North. He’s basically working five different jobs!
A key millennial trait that Jon Snow has in spades: he’ll be friends with anyone, regardless of social class. His best friends are Samwell Tarly, who is the only nerd in all of Westeros. Jon Snow is breaking down cultural barriers and shattering societal prejudices imbedded by previous generations!
And let’s not forget about that killer beard/man-bun combo. Jon Snow, like modern-day millennials. Neither bend the knee to conform to society’s definition of professionalism. Nope, he’s letting his relentless effort and accomplishments speak for themselves. These are all sound qualities of a Pogo Energy Customer.
Basically, he’s all about challenging the status quo. Sounds like a millennial to us! As you know by now, millennials love us because we do the same thing.
Remember how shocked Jon Snow was when Olly and Ser Allister both started stabbing him at Castle Black? That’s how many Texans feel when they receive their energy bill after being promised free nights and weekends. That, and many other plans out there, electric plans are scams in disguise. Nobody likes B.S.! Are we comparing our competitors to everyone’s least favorite character (Olly) in the entire show? You bet we are.
Electricity plan scams
Speaking of scams, there’s a so-called “free pass” plan out there that’s anything but free. Turns out the actual rate is 14.5¢/kWh (more now because energy cost is higher across the board). That’s… well, let’s just say we’re not lighting up over it like Tormund does when Brienne walks into the room.
That’s a rate that very few can afford – even the Lannisters might not be able to pay that debt. Translation: switching to Pogo is like taking a big ol’ swing of Heartsbane and slicing your energy bill in half.
Remember, Ned Stark always said that the one who passes the sentence should swing the sword. That’s why we put our customers in charge – all that’s left to do is switch to us, and you can swing that sword at our industry’s Bill Shock model. Rather than waiting until the end of the month, our pay-as-you-go system puts the customers in charge.
The difference in Pogo Energy
We do not believe in hidden fees or mystery charges to improve profits. Other energy companies want to keep customers in the dark until it comes time to pay the bill. Not Pogo! We send out daily text alerts to let you know exactly how much you’re using.
Let’s face it, a modern day Jon Snow would probably have some issues with the way that most Texas energy companies operate.
Bonus: He is the true heir to the throne of Westeros.
We like to treat our customers like royalty – things like Pogo Perks and not requiring a deposit to start.
With Pogo you can start saving money – no matter who you are.