Happy Friday Everyone! This saying comes to mind, “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!” I know that I am ready for the weekend, how about you?
I just wanted to update you on a couple of things. The first is that our web address has changed. Without going into a lot of “techno-geek” information, the old website was in some way “poisoned”. So, no matter what we tried, we could not get seen on Google.com. The web design company and I decided that it was best to just start over. With that being said, the new site has been rebuilt and it is up and going. The new web address is www.ArcticAirIncSC.com. The old website will remain up for a short time, so please update your bookmarks with our new web address.
I also wanted to share a photo of one of our new members of the family! Koda Nuru is now 10 weeks old and has been hanging out at corporate headquarters for a couple of weeks now. Koda is American Indian for “friend or companion” and Nuru is South African for “Light”. One thing is for sure, everyone stops to take a look at this little 6 pound, short legged, goofy pug! Check out his picture and you will see what I mean!
Check Your AC Filters!
Today, I also wanted to remind you to check your ac filters. If they are dirty, PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE, replace them! In the past month, Arctic Air has been on several calls in the Summerville and Charleston area where the majority of the ac problems have been “restricted air flow”. In very basic terms…. Dirty Air Filters!
When your ac cannot get enough air, it won’t cool your home or business. It also causes the ac unit to work harder, and to cause your electric bill to be higher. It is like trying to suck air through a pinched straw. So, please take time to check your air filters TODAY!!
9/11 Heroes Run
Arctic Air is a proud sponsor of the 4th Annual – 9/11 Heroes Run (The Travis Manion Foundation) that will take place on Daniel Island on 9/12. The Travis Manion Foundation was founded in honor of Marine 1st Lieutenant Travis Manion, who was killed in combat in Iraq 2007. This foundation firmly believes that the best way to honor those who have fallen, is to challenge the living. Proceeds will help veterans, service members, their families and first responders. Three of the local organizations that will receive donations are the Goose Creek Fire Department, C&B Fire Department and the SCFOP Distressed Officers Fund.
Kyle Carpenter will be the Guest of Honor and will be running in this 5K race. Do you know who Kyle Carpenter is? Check out his profile on Wikipedia.com (Kyle Carpenter – Hero).
Come out and show support for those who have fallen, and those who are actively serving. For more information, please check out 9/11 Heroes Run – Charleston SC.
Have a Great Weekend!