Rheem pledges support for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts
Consumers can take advantage of no monthly interest if they pay for their unit in full within nine months (www.Rheem.com/SandyRelief.
“Rheem operated out of New York City from 1938 until 2006, and we still have offices in the Chrysler Building,” said JR Jones, president and CEO of Rheem. “Seeing New York City - our home for nearly 70 years - heavily impacted by Superstorm Sandy right at the onset of the winter months has moved us. Hundreds of thousands of people caught in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy have witnessed unimaginable damage to their homes, and we’re committed to helping during this recovery period.”
In addition, Rheem will donate $2 to the American Red Cross relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy for every non-weatherized residential furnace that the company ships to its Rheem and Ruud distributor partners in the affected areas. And the company will lead an online fundraising initiative for the American Red Cross.