I would recommend Renewal by Andersen of Long Island. I have recommended them to a number of friends in this area and I know a number of them have gone ahead and used Renewal by Andersen as the company to install their windows.
FARMINGDALE, NY (PRWEB) January 04, 2016
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island was pleased to present a $10,000 check to Jonathon McCann of Sag Harbor, NY as the 18th winner in its Win Big Referral program. To date, the program has paid out over $180,000 to satisfied customers who have referred their friends, family and neighbors.
“We’re delighted to present this check to Jonathan,” Renewal by Andersen of Long Island President Joe Ronzino said. “It’s immensely satisfying to have our past customers refer their friends and family to us for future work. It’s great confirmation that our customers love their new windows and they loved working with us and tells us we’re doing a good job.”
Winners are selected from among all customers of Renewal by Andersen locations in New York, New Jersey, New England, Philadelphia and Colorado who provide a referral that then purchases Renewal by Andersen replacement windows or patio doors. One customer is selected for every 100 new customers.
“I would recommend Renewal by Andersen of Long Island,” winner McCann said. “I have recommended them to a number of friends in this area and I know a number of them have gone ahead and used Renewal by Andersen as the company to install their windows. I’m very pleased with the product and I will continue to recommend them to people.”
McCann said he found out about winning the prize on ‘Giving Tuesday’, the day following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which has become a touchstone for charitable giving, which, as president of the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, he found particularly appropriate. “One of the calls that came in [on ‘Giving Tuesday’ was from Joe [Ronzino, president of Renewal by Andersen] telling me that I was the lucky winner of $10,000 and I thought that was very appropriate on ‘Giving Tuesday’. It’s a day I won’t forget. [Renewal by Andersen] is a company that is extremely well-run. I think that the product is a very valuable product and if I had to do it over again, I certainly would hire Renewal by Andersen.”
About Renewal by Andersen of Long Island
Renewal by Andersen of Long Island is the premier source for Andersen Replacement windows throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens and Brooklyn. A lifelong Long Islander, Renewal by Andersen of Long Island President Joe Ronzino has vast experience in the replacement window and home remodeling industries, having formerly owned a window manufacturing company and managing the retail location of the premier glass room manufacturer in the U.S. This wealth of experience, on both the wholesale and retail levels, combined with his advanced training from Renewal by Andersen and his lifetime residence on Long Island, ensures Joe knows better than most what makes a great replacement window for Long Island homes and commercial buildings.
About Renewal by Andersen
Renewal by Andersen is the exclusive start-to-finish window replacement subsidiary of Andersen Corporation—the most recognized window brand in the U.S. Since opening its first store in 1995, Renewal by Andersen has rapidly grown to more than 100 markets in the U.S., becoming one of the largest window replacement companies in the country, with over 2 million windows installed in over 300,000 homes.
About the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation
The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation was created in January 2010 when the Town of Southampton was forced to abandon the shelter due to budget cuts and a concerned group of local citizens banded together to save the shelter. The foundation’s mission is to provide for the welfare of the ever-growing number of homeless animals, and, in turn, to place them in permanent caring homes. The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that relies on the caring generosity of our donors and volunteers to care to for the homeless animals in our community, and place them in loving “forever homes.” For more information, visit http://www.southamptonanimalshelter.com