Amazing Anniversary Milestone Reached By Goettl Air Conditioning

In 1939, it would have been beyond the wildest dreams of Adam and Gust Goettl to imagine their air conditioning brand would still be in place and looking to a strong future 78 years in the future; however, the Goettl Air Conditioning brand is still going strong and shared its 78th birthday with the state of Arizona that was 105 years old on Va;entine’s Day 2017, PR Newswire reports. The brand was originally based in Phoenix, Arizona d quickly grew to become a global pioneer in the development and production of HVAC units.

In 2017 the Goettl Air Conditioning brand remains an important part of the business community in Arizona under the innovative leadership of Ken Goodrich and recently returned to the Las Vegas region in a bid to return the brand to an area it has been historically linked to. The success seen since Ken Goodrich took control of the historic brand can be seen in the fact the company has seen a 500 percent increase in business over the last few years. For Ken Goodrich the need to continue to grow the brand in an ethical way that reflects the values of the Goettl brothers initial vision remains important.

Not only does Ken Goodrich see the Goettl brand as an excellent business opportunity he also believes the company can become a key part of the community in areas of Arizona and Nevada. Under the leadership of Ken Goodrich the Goettl name has become an important one at the University of Southern Nevada where a scholarship providing new tools to a military veteran studying HVAC repair has been named for the company; a further scholarship is also offered by Goettl at the college for those classed as an HVAC legacy.

The Goettl brand is a major part of the Arizona and Nevada landscape where the company has been established for eight decades. Expansion across Nevada has now become the key to the success of the brand that has been merging with a number of plumbing and HVAC repair companies across the state to continue its recent growth.

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