The city was named after two brothers, William and Thomas Towson who were farmers in the 1700s at the city’s current location.
In 1786, it became known as a village often referred to as “Towsontown.”
Towson University is located in southern Towson and its population is about 20,000.
Residents of Towson have a lot to be proud of these days, including having the right and the ability to choose the cheapest electricity rates and providers.
Maryland is among a handful of states to be deregulated, so business owners can compare rates and suppliers before choosing the best one.
There’s no need to jump from one energy provider’s website to another when you can do it all from here.
For further questions or comments, please feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 and one of our expert energy consultants will be more than happy to give you hand with all your electricity needs.
Many well-known people from all walks of life have come out of Towson. The following are just a few examples:
• Spiro Agnew, Vice President of the U.S. from 1969-1973.
• Carmelo Anthony, NBA player.
• Mel Kiper, Jr. ESPN NFL draft analyst
• F. Scott Fitzgerald, writer
• Michael Phelps, Olympic swimmer
• Don Shula, Pro Football Hall of Fame coach
• Johnny Unitas, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback