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T.A. Kaiser Provides Volunteers, Equipment

December 14, 2009
T.A. Kaiser Heating and Air, an Indianapolis-based Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems dealer, donated a Bryant generator to ABC Television’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.”

INDIANAPOLIS - T.A. Kaiser Heating and Air, an Indianapolis-based Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems dealer, donated a Bryant generator to ABC Television’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” T.A. Kaiser joined The Estridge Companies and other contractors to help build a new home for an Indianapolis family for the show’s season finale.

“We saw this as an opportunity to become involved with and give back to the local community,” said Jeff Webster, operations manager for T.A. Kaiser. “We chose a Bryant stationary air-cooled, 8-kW generator because we have a long relationship with that company, and we know the exceptional quality and reliability offered by Bryant products. We wanted to be sure we gave the homeowner a quality product that could provide years of worry-free comfort.”

Volunteers prepare donated equipment for installation.

According to Webster, participating in the program has done more for T.A. Kaiser than generate publicity.

“In this economy, many companies are hunkering down and being conservative, but this project has shown the true colors of many of the tradespeople, vendors, and suppliers, and what we have seen is inspiring,” he explained.

For more information, visit www.takaiser.com or www.bryant.com.

Publication date: 12/14/2009