Aire Serv® Heating and AC Giveaway to Benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities®

Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., a North American heating, air conditioning and ventilation company, is proud to announce the “Helping Homes – Yours and Theirs” sweepstakes. When a homeowner enters for a chance to win a free heating and air conditioning system, they will automatically benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®).

The winner receives a heating and air conditioning system valued up to $5,000. Additionally, for every 10,000 entries received, Aire Serv will donate $1,000 to the winner’s local RMHC chapter, up to $10,000.

“Supporting the Ronald McDonald House® program gives our company the opportunity to make a huge difference in a small way,” said Doyle James, president of Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. “You never know when this Charity is going to touch someone you know, and it makes you feel good to be part of something bigger.”

The Ronald McDonald House is the cornerstone program of RMHC, providing a “home-away-from-home” so families can stay near the hospital while their child receives life-saving care.

The Helping Homes sweepstakes is an opportunity for one lucky winner to create an energy efficient home while contributing to their local Ronald McDonald House.

“In addition to each House being operated by the local RMHC Chapter, the organization relies on volunteer work and donations directly from the community to fund their program,” said James. “It would be amazing if our local Ronald McDonald House were to receive the money raised from this sweepstakes.”

Each House provides a “home away from home” for families of seriously ill, critically injured or medically fragile children receiving treatment at area medical facilities. The House offers a nurturing and supportive environment including a place to eat, sleep, launder clothes and unwind.

Now through Nov. 30, 2011, homeowners can enter daily online for the “Helping Homes – Yours and Theirs” sweepstakes. The winner will be selected and announced in December 2011.