Need HVAC Supplies? Totaline Sales Centers Have it in the Bag
Contact: Mike Dziok, Totaline Marketing Manager
Totaline sales centers are the one-stop shop for HVAC-R supplies, and starting now, customers can pick up everything they need for a job and receive a free Totaline utility bag. It’s the most exciting FREE STUFF offer to date.
“We work hard to make Totaline sales centers a one-stop shop,” said Bob Carré, business development manager. “We get customers what they need fast so they can get back to the job quickly.”
From tools and compressors to the little things such as wasp spray, ACR copper tube, refrigerant, thermostat wire, and brass and PVC fittings — it’s all available at Totaline sales centers. The Totaline utility bag is free to customers with the purchase of 10 line items, excluding copper fittings, on one order from a Totaline distributor.
“And Totaline employees are trained to help you remember everything for a project, because forgetting something while you’re on a job is a pain,” Carré added.
FREE STUFF offers such as the free Totaline utility bag are part of the year-long celebration of the 20th birthday of Totaline sales centers and are available to customers in the United States and Canada. For more information, visit www.totaline.com.
About Totaline Stores
Totaline sales centers are a global network of more than 800 stores offering thousands of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) parts — as well as aftermarket products for Totaline and all major HVAC/R equipment brands. Totaline sales centers are part of Carrier Corp., which is headquartered in Farmington, Conn., and is the world’s largest provider of heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions. With 2007 revenues of $14.6 billion, Carrier has approximately 43,000 employees worldwide and operations in more than 170 countries. Carrier is part of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), a Hartford, Connecticut-based provider of products and services to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.
Posted July 30, 2008Return to News Page