Pancake Fundraiser for Marlinton Fire
In conjunction with other participating area businesses, Refrigeration Recycling LLC wishes to invite community members to a pancake breakfast to help out those affected by the devastating fire in Marlinton, WV. The relief fundraising event will be from 10 am to noon on Saturday, November 16th at the Irish Pub on Washington Street in Lewisburg, WV. The menu will include pancakes, sausage, and fresh fruit with milk, coffee, and orange juice available. A minimum five-dollar donation is requested of all attendees. All proceeds will go to the benefit of the victims of the disaster.
Refrigeration Recycling is headed by Michael Monte, former owner of Atlantic Refrigeration Company. Michael has thirty-five years of experience in the refrigeration industry and is a licensed heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) contractor and EPA-certified technician. For twenty-three years, his previous company provided direct service, sales, and installation of equipment to restaurants, convenience stores, and supermarkets in the Mid-Atlantic Region. “Wishing to focus on the needs of our communities, Refrigeration Recycling now provides quality sales and services to consumers and businesses throughout southeastern West Virginia”, says Mr. Monte, “The businesses and people of Pocahontas County have been very supportive of our new business and we want to thank them, and support them in this time of crisis for both the county and the town of Marlinton.”
There is also a relief fund set up at the Pendleton Community Bank. Checks for that fund should be made out to “Marlinton Fire” and mailed to PO Box 87, Marlinton, WV 24954. For more information on the fundraiser or to provide material support for the event, please contact Brandon Morgan at (304) 661-1435 or the Irish Pub by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refrigeration Recycling LLC currently provides sales and services in the field of refrigeration, heating, and air conditioning to both homeowners and commercial customers in the Greater Greenbrier Valley. Located in Frankford, Refrigeration Recycling also provides installations, maintenance, and emergency repairs at the convenience of the customer along both the Rt. 219 Corridor from southern Randolph County to Peterstown in Monroe County and the Rt. 19 Corridor from Bluefield to Summersville and the surrounding areas.
Recognizing the changing dynamics of American families and businesses, Refrigeration Recycling provides evening and weekend calls at regular service rates. No longer do homeowners need to take valuable vacation days from work and wait around for the service technician to arrive or businesses lose valuable inventory and sales due to unavailable technicians. By contacting Refrigeration Recycling by phone (304-992-4500) or email (email@example.com) the customer can arrange an estimate, installation or maintenance visit that meets their needs rather than a company’s. The company also accepts personal and business checks, and all major credit cards for the further convenience of the customer. For more information on the company or HVAC in general visit and “like” their Facebook page: Refrigeration Recycling LLC.
The Irish Pub on Washington Street serves lunch or dinner, and cocktails or beer on tap including over 150 brands of beer, ale, IPAs, and other brews. The pub features Patrick Flaherty as the resident musician who is acknowledged as one of the truly fine practitioners of Irish mandolin and harmonica. To learn more about the Pub or Patrick visit their website at http://www.irishpubonwashingtonstreet.com.
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