Local Business, Goettl Air Conditioning Supports Veterans Education Endeavors

Local air conditioning business owner Ken Goodrich is being recognized for the support that he and Goettl have offered a Navy veteran as he transitions to civilian life. Everyone knows how hard it can be to afford education and tech skills in order to gain employment, so to help the vet, the company rewarded him with a Veteran sponsored scholarship that could be applied to his training.

Goettl Air Conditioning owner Ken Goodrich rewards Veteran, College of Southern Nevada student

Nick Hughes chose to pursue a career program that would allow him to work as an HVAC technician, and receiving the award was a huge help in covering the financial costs of a two year program. Hughes attended the College of Southern Nevada to complete the program and is very grateful to the company sponsorship which allowed him to focus on learning the necessary skills needed to be successful in his chosen career.

Goettl Air Conditioning is a commercial and residential business in the Phoenix area, with ties in the community that go back for generations. Started in 1939, the business has grown and added services to its lineup of reputable and trusted services. Ranging from installation to repair, the heating and air conditioning business is dedicated to offering a full service package for any home or business that needs HVAC maintenance.

When it comes to Goettl Air Conditioning, customer service, loyalty, and trusted service is what it offers all of its clients. Not only are they concerned with the healthy growth of their business, but they are aware of and interested in the community, its members, and its continued success. Through excellent and comprehensive training, experience, and managed oversight, the company is best able to offer the most satisfactory service possible within the industry. Phoenix residents have been turning to the many service centers for all of their air conditioning needs, and its all due to the legacy the company has built for itself.

With the tools and know how, Hughes is now able to graduate from the program, and immediately begin looking for employment. Knowing that there is a community behind him that supports his success is important to Hughes, and the Post 9/11 Veterans Tools Award played a huge role in that. Hughes told PR Newswire that the transition into his new life outside of the Navy is now so much smoother and financially bright.

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