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N.J. Contractor Named In ‘Rheem Team’ Top 10

July 3, 2003
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BLACKWOOD, N.J. — Eugene Adams Heating & Air, headquartered here, was named one of the top-10 sales-producing “Rheem Team” dealers for 2002, announced Rheem Manufacturing Co. The company also sells and installs Skuttle IAQ products, and says it has "an extensive history of repair service on all makes and models of heating systems, air conditioning systems, heat pumps, electronic air cleaners, humidifiers, and clock thermostats."

The Rheem Team is “a North American network of elite HVAC contractors committed to high business standards and outstanding customer service,” states the manufacturer. “Rheem Team dealers recommend Rheem products to their customers, but are able to service all HVAC manufacturing brands.”

The nine other dealers are Estes Heating & A/C, Mobile, Ala.; Florida Home Air Conditioning and Appliance, Jacksonville, Fla.; Gustafson Heating and Air, Denver; Hannabery HVAC, Allentown, Pa.; Kennedy Fuel Co., Medford, Ore.; Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Pensacola/Ft. Walton, Fla.; McDonald DeAnthony’s Heating & Cooling, Sarasota, Fla.; Norfleet Sheet Metal, Cheyenne, Wyo.; and Weather Control A/C Inc., Ft. Myers, Fla.

All 10 dealers were recognized for their total 2002 Rheem equipment purchases. These top Rheem Team dealers bested more than 350 dealers in the Rheem Team network nationwide.

“In a difficult economic environment, each of these dealers has been able to significantly increase their purchases of Rheem equipment,” said Gary Wehunt, marketing programs manager for Rheem Air Conditioning Division, Fort Smith, Ark. “We commend them for this achievement and look forward to their continued sales success, commitment to customer service, and supporting their business by providing quality Rheem HVAC equipment.”

The dealers received a plaque and a gift certificate redeemable for Rheem Team apparel, promotional products, or customized literature.

Publication date: 07/07/2003

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