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Air Cold Supply's Northern California Region Wins Top Honors as Day & Night Distributor of the Year


Scott Marskell, Air Cold Supply (left) and Edward Winston, ICP.

Air Cold Supply's Northern California Region was honored by International Comfort Products (ICP) as the Day & Night distributor of the year. ICP is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

“ICP's top distributors share one important characteristic,” said Charlie Piranian, general manager, Nor th Ameri can sales, ICP. “They rely on quality customer service to attract new dealers and help existing dealers to grow and succeed.”

Edward Winston, area manager, ICP, presented the award to Scott Marskell of Air Cold Supply's Northern California region during the annual ICP distributor principals meeting. The group earned the award by focusing on customer service to outperform the competition and strengthen the company's sales, Winston said.

“Air Cold took advantage of programs that ICP offers to support their efforts to attract new customers and expand their sales to existing customers,” Winston said. “Under Marskell's leadership, the company's Northern California team exceeded all of its sales goals.”

Day & Night heating and cooling products are manufactured by International Comfort Products, a leading North American manufacturer of quality residential and light commercial gas furnaces, split-system air conditioners, package air conditioners, split-system heat pumps, package heat pumps, package gas/electric combination units and oil furnaces. Day & Night products are sold through a nationwide network of independent distributors. International Comfort Products is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.

Visit www.dayandnightcomfort.com or www.godayandnight.com for additional information.

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