Gives Away Free Wood Stove

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Houseneeds had a winner! As part of a National Contest, has given a Vermont man a free brand new, energy efficient, clean burning wood stove.

We collect so many entry forms from our Waitsfield Showroom, in fact this is our second winner in the last three years!", The Vermont based internet seller of energy efficient, environmentally friendly heating and ventilation products has announced that they had a winner in a National Contest to give away a Free Wood Stove. The winner of the Regency Fireplace Products promotion was Serge Tognelli of Colchester, VT. Mr. Tognelli is one of 5 winners chosen in Regency’s Quarterly Contest.

Mr. Tognelli entered the contest by signing up at a Houseneeds event last year. He was entitled to any Hearth product of his choice, up to a $3500.00 value. He could have chosen a Gas fireplace, or an energy efficient Greenfire Pellet Stove, but Mr. Tognelli chose a Regency S2400 Wood Stove.

“I got a voice message on my phone that I had won,” said Mr. Tognelli. “I thought it was a scam until I got the package in the mail.”

“This just proves that you got to play to win,” said Houseneeds’ Gary Johannesen. “We collect so many entry forms from our Waitsfield Showroom, in fact this is our second winner in the last three years! What are the chances of that? As a Hearth Products dealer, our market share in Vermont is much smaller than other areas of New England, yet we contribute two contest winners in 3 years!”

About was created in 1999 in the heart of Vermont’s Mad River Valley. has made it their mission to bring the best in energy efficient environmentally friendly products from all over the world to homeowners across North America. offers Common Sense Heating, Cooling and Green Energy Solutions with a level of friendly expertise that cannot be rivaled anywhere. Contact us at 866-Heat-123 or visit our website 24 hours a day at

Gary Johannesen
Head of Sales

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Joshua Meyer is a freelance journalist and artist based in Montpelier, VT. He received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Goddard College in Plainfield, VT in 2000. His focus is on Energy efficient Home products and Green Technology.


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