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My Plumber Heating & Cooling Gives Back With Campaign Dedicated to Military Appreciation

In light of this past Memorial Day, and the month of May being Military Appreciation Month, My Plumber Heating & Cooling has officially launched a campaign to promote awareness of, and raise support for, the specific issues that affect the daily lives of American veterans and their families.

“My Plumber Heating & Cooling is in the business of helping people,” said Wendell Presgrave, owner of My Plumber Heating & Cooling in Manassas, Virginia. “Our veterans and their families give so much of themselves, so that their fellow Americans remain safe, and free.”

Every so often My Plumber Heating & Cooling comes across a family who simply cannot afford Plumbing or HVAC maintenance needed to maintain their home; it is then that they feel giving back becomes a priority. Recently, My Plumber Heating & Cooling undertook a pressure-tank replacement project for a much decorated retired veteran, who simply could not afford it.

“Many of these opportunities to give back are brought to our attention through our incredible technicians, who so diligently service the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve our country,” continued Presgrave. “These are the same technicians who drive our ‘Support Our Troops’ vehicles. It’s the least we can do to say thank you.”

A fleet of specially wrapped My Plumber Heating & Cooling service vans and trucks are traveling the region every day, bearing a camouflage design, an awareness ribbon, and service seals to represent the five branches of the US military. A portion of all profit earned is donated back to local organizations that support the cause, including Serve Our Willing Warriors.

As the Washington, DC metropolitan area’s go-to plumber, My Plumber Heating & Cooling recognizes the vital importance of community involvement; in addition to promoting awareness, the company is proud to have sponsored and donated to local fundraising events, including Shootout for Soldiers and the recent charity football game that pitted the Wounded Warrior Amputee football team against Washington Redskins alumni.

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