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Valairco Cares Gives Back: Vote for Your Favorite Non-Profit to be Recipient of $500 Donation

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Valairco Heating & Cooling is giving back to non-profits to celebrate their 50th year in business. VOTE today for your favorite non-profit to be a recipient of a $500 donation.
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MANVILLE, NJ - Valairco is celebrating 50 years and wants to give back by donating $500 to a nonprofit or charity based on the desire of its customers, friends and interested parties. Valairco will be donating to four different charities or nonprofits approximately every three months during their 50th year celebration. 

Anyone can nominate a charity or nonprofit of their choice by going to www.valairco.com. Once you are on the site click onto Valairco Cares and submit your nomination. Voting will cease as of July 31, 2018 for the winner of the first donation. The results will be posted on their website and everyone who voted will get an email of the results and a thank you for helping their Valairco Cares program.

Valairco Heating and Cooling is celebrating 50 years of serving the central New Jersey area and beyond. Kevin McHugh, owner and third generation of this family run business, takes pride in a job well done and Valairco’s commitment to providing the best value around through stellar workmanship, industry leading warranties, and affordable prices and maintenance packages. 

For more information visit the Valairco Heating and Cooling website or call (855) 661-3300.

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