Mobile Gas to Host Customer Appreciation Day Featuring Wintzell’s Oyster HousePosted April 1, 2016
Mobile Gas would like to say, “Thank You” to our loyal customers for choosing natural gas. To show our appreciation, Mobile Gas will host Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, April 4, 2016 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Dauphin Street headquarters and the Prichard branch office.
To celebrate, Wintzell’s Oyster House, who has been cooking with natural gas since 1938, will be serving samples of their famous seafood gumbo to all of Mobile Gas’ loyal customers at the Dauphin Street headquarters. They will also get a 10% discount coupon on their next visit to Wintzell’s. The Prichard branch office will be passing out delicious cookies to customers.
Wintzell’s Oyster House is a historic landmark on Dauphin Street in downtown Mobile, Alabama. The original Wintzell’s location has been open for over 75 years and is known far and wide for our “Oysters-fried, stewed or nude.” Wintzell’s Oyster House was founded in 1938 by J. Oliver Wintzell and initially began as a small, six-stool oyster bar. Since then, the restaurant and brand have grown significantly. Though the Wintzell’s family sold the restaurant in the 1980s, the original décor, complete with walls covered in hundreds of J. Oliver Wintzell’s witty sayings, remains wholly intact.
Mobile Gas currently serves approximately 86,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in southwest Alabama. Headquartered in Mobile County, Mobile Gas serves the cities of Mobile, Saraland, Satsuma, Chickasaw, Semmes, Bayou La Batre, Creola, Mt. Vernon and Prichard. Mobile Gas also operates a small section of distribution pipeline in the cities of Spanish Fort and Loxley in Baldwin County, east of Mobile.