Ierna's Heating, Cooling & Plumbing Donates AC Unit to Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce Office

In the midst of the sweltering Florida summer heat, those who work in the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce office on Land O’ Lakes Blvd in Land O’ Lakes, FL realized the temperature inside the office was quickly rising and the A/C system was no longer keeping up.

 A desperate call to long time chamber member, Charlene Ierna, President of IERNA’s Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, had one of IERNA’s HVAC service techs dispatched to assess the situation. Once onsite, the service tech determined the aging system was at the end of it’s life and needed to be replaced.

 As is in most cases when someone’s a/c unexpectedly fails, the Chamber had not budgeted for and was not prepared to replace the a/c system at the time. Charlene Ierna has been very active in the chamber for many years, spent a term as the chambers President and has sat on the chamber’s board for many years. The chamber has been such a significant business community partner of IERNA’s and has helped bring awareness to us within the active members and local community members, helping IERNA’s grow over the years, Charlene wanted to give back to the chamber, said Rob Kress, IERNA’s Marketing Director.

It was decided that IERNA’s would help the chamber by donating a Carrier Multi-Head Ductless Split system to the chamber. This would include all the HVAC equipment, all necessary supplies and the cost of labor to install the equipment (Aprox $9,000 value). When it comes to service and community support, IERNA's has always been there. “Thank you IERNA's for keeping us cool with the coolest donation the chamber has ever received!” stated Terri Dusek, past chamber President.

 The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce has a long tradition of community involvement and are often seen as a resource for visitors and those seeking information, members of our community and as a voice for business interests in the Central Pasco and Northern Hillsborough county areas. Chamber involvement in the past has resulted in better roads, safer neighborhoods, increased and improved recreational facilities and new economic development projects that have benefitted businesses and citizens. 

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