Written on: May 3, 2022 by ICM
Nominations are now open for Lennox Industries’ annual Feel The Love program. The program, now in its 13th year, recognizes deserving community heroes in the U.S. and Canada by awarding heating or cooling equipment and installation free of charge. Through Feel The Love, Lennox continues to advocate for the importance of indoor air quality and the accessibility of clean, comfortable air for all.
As most homeowners continue to spend more time inside their home, Lennox encourages family members, friends, neighbors, co-workers and local organizations to nominate deserving community heroes who are in need of a new HVAC unit to feel safer and to breathe perfect air in their own space. Selected recipients will receive brand new heating or cooling equipment during this year’s Feel The Love Installation Week, taking place Oct. 8–15.
“For the past few years, we’ve proudly participated in the Feel The Love program and partnered with Lennox to donate much-needed heating and cooling equipment to our local community,” said Jason Bradford, owner of Nacogdoches Sheet Metal, Plumbing & A/C in Nacogdoches, TX. “As a Marine Corps veteran, the program and its mission are especially important to me. Lennox’ Feel The Love program has allowed us to bring clean, comfortable air to fellow veterans or community heroes facing disabilities, financial challenges or job loss, which is incredibly rewarding.”
The Feel The Love program is made possible through continued partnership and collaboration with the Lennox dealer network across North America. Since the inaugural Feel The Love program in 2009, Lennox and its dealers have completed over 1,500 free installations, with 130 installations occurring in 2021.
“The spirit of Feel The Love is needed now more than ever as many in our communities continue to feel the health and financial impact of the ongoing pandemic,” said Quan Nguyen, VP & General Manager at Lennox Industries. “We, along with our dealers, are committed to providing consistently clean, perfect air to our local heroes who continuously put the well-being of others before their own.”