'This community has been here for us for over 35 years, so we are truly grateful to be able to give back to our community members whenever and however we can,' said Fritz Gentile, General Manager.
Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) October 27, 2015
Comfort Windows, a family-owned company based in Syracuse, New York, is proud to announce that the winner of their $20,000 home makeover giveaway is Amy Schebell from Phoenix, New York. Comfort Windows is upstate New York’s home improvement expert and is honored to be able to give back to a member of their community.
This was the first Comfort Windows home makeover sweepstakes. It began in June and has had nearly 3,000 participants statewide. New Yorkers were able to enter the sweepstakes online, at the New York State festival, and at other local events throughout the summer. The sweepstakes closed in September and was awarded to local Amy Schebell.
"This community has been here for us for over 35 years, so we are truly grateful to be able to give back to our community members whenever and however we can," said Fritz Gentile, General Manager.
Comfort Windows has become a pillar of the local community, supporting various local and national organizations throughout the years. Some of the local organizations are Baker High School Music Department, Baldwinsville YMCA, Liverpool Elks Lodge #2348, and Syracuse University Athletics. The company also shows support for national organizations such as The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Boy Scouts of America, Shiners’ Circus, and Special Olympics New York.
For more information about Comfort Windows, contact them at 315-457-0022 or at 3624 John Glenn Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13209. You can also learn more online at http://www.comfortwindows.com/.
Comfort Windows has been a family-owned and operated company for over 35 years. With 5 locations across Central New York, Comfort Windows is able to train and use its own employees for installments, so they never have a need for contractors. All windows are locally manufactured at their Liverpool, New York factory.