George and Susan Perez managers at Storage West on Ann Road stand with Scott Meier coowner of Right Now Air and  two boxes of stuffed animals donated by Right Now Air to the Tark Toy Drive on Friday April 8 2016 Quillin Advertising, Public Relations and Social Media

George and Susan Perez, managers at Storage West on Ann Road stand with Scott Meier, co-owner of Right Now Air, and two boxes of stuffed animals donated by Right Now Air to the Tark Toy Drive on Friday, April 8, 2016.

Right Now Air Delivers Nearly 100 Stuffed Toys in Second Annual "Tark Toy Drive"

Right Now Air donated nearly 100 stuffed animals The “Tark Toy Drive” was established to help spread the message that strokes can happen at any age

Right Now Air, a leading provider of HVAC repair and service in the Las Vegas Valley, participated in the second annual “Tark Toy Drive” to benefit children in hospitals suffering from strokes, injuries and other illnesses. Right Now Air donated nearly 100 stuffed animals to help bring a smile to the faces of children while at Children’s Hospital of Nevada University Medical Center on Friday, April 8, 2016. The donation of stuffed animals filled two wardrobe-sized boxes.
 
The “Tark Toy Drive” was established to help spread the message that strokes can happen at any age and any time. To encourage people to talk with their doctors about early warning signs of strokes and raise awareness, Tark Toy Drive collects new stuffed toys to be delivered to kids in hospitals to provide comfort to children during their stay in the hospital.
 
Celebrating 30 years servicing Las Vegas, Right Now Air is a leading provider of Air Conditioner Repair, Air Conditioning Service, Furnace Repair and Heating System Repair, offering timely solutions to problems related to air conditioners and repairs since 1986.

For more information about Right Now Air, please visit rightnowair.com or call 702-996-6215. Follow Right Now Air on Facebook and Twitter.

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