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Feb. 6, 2014: WinWholesale Opens Tulsa Winair

New Winair Serves Metro Area and Beyond

February 6, 2014

DAYTON, Ohio — WinWholesale Inc., one of the nation’s largest distributors, has opened Tulsa Winair to provide HVAC equipment and supplies to contractors in a 50-mile radius of the Tulsa, Okla., metropolitan area.

WinWholesale is the majority shareholder in the new company. In the WinWholesale business model, it provides Win and Noland Company locations with support services such as accounting, payroll, IT, and marketing. According to WinWholesale, this allows locations to focus on their local markets, products, and serving customers.

The president of Tulsa Winair is Jared (JJ) Pond. “Our approach to business is simple; we take care of our customers. They are the only reason we’re here,” Pond said.

“Tulsa Winair is the second Win company in the Tulsa area along with Tulsa Winnelson, our plumbing brand,” said Monte Salsman, WinWholesale chief operating officer. “Jared Pond and his team at Winair have a personal way about them that brings customers into the store. The service they provide keeps customers coming back.”

WinWholesale has 560 wholesaling locations in 45 states under the Win branded companies, Noland Company, Carr Supply, and Wyatt Irrigation Co.

For more information, visit www.winwholesale.com.

Publication date: 2/3/2014

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