Fort Myers, FL, December 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Home-Tech donated $950 to Lee County’s American Red Cross chapter in honor of customers who purchased air conditioning units from the company in November. It’s Home-Tech’s way of thanking both its customers and community for their support through the home appliance maintenance and sales company’s Charity of the Month program.
“The American Red Cross takes care of our community every day, providing assistance when people need it most,” says Home-Tech Chief Founder and CEO Steve Marino. “We’re proud to help sponsor their efforts, and glad that we’re helping our customers do the same. Hopefully, it’s another reason they feel good about choosing Home-Tech.”
Home-Tech donates a portion of the proceeds from each new air conditioning unit sale to a different charity each month, in the purchasers’ names. Lee County’s chapter of the American Red Cross benefited from purchases made in November. Portions of December’s air conditioning unit sales will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Sarasota.
Since launching the program in August, Home-Tech and its customers have given approximately $5,000 to local charities.
Based in Fort Myers, employee-owned Home-Tech has been an industry leader and trendsetter in the fields of air conditioning service and installation, major appliance sales and service, home-service agreements for nearly three decades. Founded in 1981 by Steve Marino, who continues as President and Chairman of the Board, the privately held Home-Tech employs over 110 people and provides services in Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Sarasota and Manatee counties in Southwest Florida. Home-Tech operates from two principal locations. Its headquarters, tech training facility and appliance showroom are located at 6400 Techster Boulevard in Fort Myers and a second office at 720 Commerce Drive in Venice which services Manatee and Sarasota counties. For more information about Home-Tech, visit www.Home-Tech.com or call (239) 433-3344.