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Mills Heating & Air’s Military Family in Need Giveaway

todayMarch 8, 2024 65

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Celebrating 40 years of service on the Emerald Coast, Mills Heating & Air has announced its Military Family in Need Giveaway to help a struggling military family in need of a new HVAC system.

Veteran owned, Mills Heating & Air is very aware of the challenges military families face and hopes this project will not only aid such a family but also serve as another aspect of celebrating Military Appreciation Month.

Now through April 1 (no April Fool’s joke here), you can nominate a military family in need of this special blessing be entering your nomination here. The military family nominated must live within Mills Heating & Air’s service area—Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Panama City Beach, Santa Rosa Beach, and the surrounding areas.

The winner will be announced April 2 by the B Team morning show on the classic rock station 100.3 K-ROCK. The blessed military family will receive their new HVAC system installed the first week of May at absolutely no cost to them.

Per Amber Jeter, Mills Heating & Air Marketing Director, “We couldn’t think of a better way to honor the service and sacrifice of servicemembers and their families than to give away a free system.”

The Military Family in Need Giveaway is one of 40 carefully-planned community kindness projects Mills Heating & Air is pursuing to celebrate their 40th anniversary of service to the community. The company has a history of supporting various local charities and nonprofit organizations striving to make a difference in our area.

Keep an eye out for everything Mills Heating & Air is doing in 2024—they have some big plans.

June Scroggin
Author: June Scroggin

A staff writer for Emerald Coast Connected, June is (to quote her husband) “Like a fine old car driven beyond her warranty”. June, however, says she simply loves life and believes in finding the loving heartbeat of her community and enjoying the ride.

Written by: June Scroggin

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