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May 19, 2020

Appleton Campbell earns Carrier President’s Award

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At the March 6 award ceremony (from left): Carrier Residential HVAC President Justin Keppy, Appleton Campbell Service Manager Jason Anderson (10 years), Appleton Campbell HVAC Service Technician Ronnie Bland (16 years), Appleton Campbell HVAC Installer Roger Safrit (2 years) and Carrier Residential Senior Sales Director Casey Yates.
Appleton Campbell of Warrenton has received President’s Award from Carrier for the sixth year in a row.

The award recognizes outstanding dealers in the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. Carrier honored top dealers March in Colorado Springs.

To earn the distinction Carrier factory-authorized dealers must achieve excellence in product promotions and deliver superior customer satisfaction. Appleton Campbell and six other Virginia businesses received the award.

Appleton Campbell began in 1976 and proudly serves its communities with quality

“The 2020 Carrier President’s Award winners demonstrate excellence in providing customers with exceptional service each and every day, while also serving as outstanding examples for our industry,” said Justin Keppy, Carrier’s president of Residential HVAC. “This award further reinforces the role these companies play as leaders in their communities and serves as an example to all Carrier dealers of how HVAC businesses can thrive in any region.”

Mr. Keppy said the award is designed to encourage Carrier dealers to objectively review their businesses and to reward dealers who have excelled in customer satisfaction.

“I am thankful and appreciative for our customers, employees and vendors, especially during this time,” Appleton Campbell President Mike Appleton said. “Together we will all be stronger and thrive during and after this pandemic.”

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