Comfort to the People Campaign Launches Furnace Giveaway


CHICAGO (PRWEB) September 29, 2014

Comfort24-7.com is a network of more than 40 local, independent, factory authorized heating and cooling experts committed to providing the highest level of comfort and service. This holiday season, the company gives 10 families in Chicagoland, Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan free furnaces as part of its 2014 Comfort to the People campaign.

Individuals in the Chicagoland, Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan areas facing unfortunate circumstances and are in need of some extra warmth at home can receive a free furnace from Comfort24-7.com. To submit a nomination, go to http://www.comfort24-7.com from Sept. 22 through Oct. 26. There’s no purchase necessary. Explain in 500 words why the nominee could use some extra comfort. Then, during this holiday season, Comfort24-7.com will announce the 10 families selected to receive free furnaces. Shortly thereafter, Comfort24-7.com providers will bring comfort to the people by installing new furnaces in the selected homes, free of charge.

“The winter months are a brutal time for many individuals, especially those struggling to make ends meet or repair broken furnaces,” said Comfort24-7.com President Skip Mungo. “Through the Comfort to the People campaign, we want to provide real warmth to these communities.”

This is the second time in three years that Comfort24-7.com has launched the Comfort to the People campaign. Previous winners include the family of an active duty member of the military, an unemployed single parent and a family mourning the recent loss of the breadwinner.

Comfort24-7.com provides customers with total comfort whenever they need it. The company guarantees all work with a 100-percent Comfort Guarantee on service, repairs and installation, ensuring that every customer is comfortable before, during and after every job.

Visit http://www.comfort24-7.com for more information.

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