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    Contractingbusiness 12416 Luxaire Make A Wish 2018
    Contractingbusiness 12416 Luxaire Make A Wish 2018
    Contractingbusiness 12416 Luxaire Make A Wish 2018
    Contractingbusiness 12416 Luxaire Make A Wish 2018
    Contractingbusiness 12416 Luxaire Make A Wish 2018

    Luxaire® and Distributor ABCO HVACR Supply + Solutions Sponsor Make-A-Wish® Fundraiser

    Aug. 6, 2018
    Since 2001, Luxaire has donated over $4 million to 23 chapters in the organization.

    MILWAUKEE – (July 30, 2018) – The Luxaire® brand of Johnson Controls, in partnership with distributor ABCO HVACR Supply + Solutions, Long Island City, N.Y., recently sponsored the Make-A-Wish® Metro New York “Power of a Wish” gala.

    The annual gala, held in New York City, raised $1.8 million to support the mission of granting the wishes of children with critical illnesses.

    Actress, Tina Fey – a wish granter herself – hosted the event, which celebrates the life-changing impact wishes can have on children and their families. ABCO HVACR Supply + Solutions CEO Michael Senter attended the event. Senter served on the Make-A-Wish Metro New York and Western New York Board of Directors from 2002-2016.

    Luxaire heating and air conditioning is the only sponsor in the HVAC category that supports the organization on a national level and the only alliance that donates on behalf of its distributors and contractors.

    Make-A-Wish grants the wish of children diagnosed with a critical illness in the United States approximately every 34 minutes. Luxaire and its distributors help make those wishes a reality, which gives wish children the emotional strength they need to fight their illnesses. Since 2001, Luxaire has donated over $4 million to 23 chapters in the organization.

    “We are so grateful for all of our supporters, including Luxaire, for their generosity and support of the gala,” said Phil Lussier, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Metro New York. Raising $1.8 million brings us closer to our goal of reaching every eligible child in our communities.”

    To learn more about how you can get involved, visit THIS LINK or THIS LINK.