Ravinia Plumbing & Heating Wins Carrier President’s Award
- Categories: Ravinia Plumbing
- Date: May 16, 2017
Ravinia Plumbing & Heating has won the 2017 President’s Award from Carrier in recognition of its commitment to quality, leadership and excellence in the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) industry.
The President’s Award is given to Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers who demonstrate technical expertise while serving as leaders for the Carrier brand and raising the standard for equipment sales. The winning dealerships are committed to service excellence and providing exceptional customer care.
“This award recognizes Ravinia’s commitment to excellence and Carrier is proud that they are ambassadors of our brand,” said Chris Nelson, president, North America HVAC Systems & Service. “Ravinia is a first-class Factory Authorized Dealer and is an ideal example of an outstanding company that serves not just the industry and its customers, but its community as a whole.”
“This award means a great deal to us,” said David Ariano, President of Ravinia Plumbing & Heating. “Carrier is the leading company in our industry, and our association with them means we can offer the very best products to our clients. The fact that they consider us one of their top dealers is quite an honor.”
The President’s Award is designed to encourage Carrier’s dealers to take a fresh perspective on their business and to reward dealers who have excelled in customer satisfaction. Recipients serve as role models, share best practices and offer peer mentoring to help cultivate excellence across the Carrier dealer group.
This is just the latest honor Ravinia Plumbing has received this year. Ravinia Plumbing won a North Shore Choice Award for being voted Best Plumber in Highland Park by the readers of the Highland Park Lantern. And Best Pick Reports recommended Ravinia Plumbing for plumbing, heating and air conditioning, and sewer/drain cleaning and repair.
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