Korean war veteran gets free air conditioning unit when Upstate company steps in to help

Korean war veteran gets free air conditioning unit when Upstate company steps in to help
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    A VETERAN WHO SERVED IN THE KOREAN WAR HAS QUITE A SURVIVAL STORY. HIS AIR-CONDITIONING UNIT HAS BEEN DEAD FOR SOME TIME AND A LOCAL COMPANY STEPPED INTO HELL. WE MET UP WITH HIM. IT IS HARD TO THINK OF ANYONE BEING WITHOUT AIR-CONDITIONING. THE VETERAN WHO LIVES HERE HASN'T HAD A WORKING UNIT FOR TWO YEARS UNTIL TODAY. I LIKE THIS. IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN SIX DECADES SINCE HE HAS SEEN COMBAT. THE END WAS THERE AND WE DID KNOW IT. BUT DESPITE WAR STORIES THAT INCLUDE TWO YEARS IN A POW CAMP. I HAD DIARRHEA AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF THINGS. HE SAID HIS BATTLE LATELY TO GET AN HONEST AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY HAS BEEN DISHEARTENING. EVERYONE JUST WANT YOUR MONEY. THERE WAS A SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH THIS RESIDENT. THEY SAID THERE WAS ONE CONTRACTOR WHO STOOD OUT FOR HIS HONESTY, ANTHONY MOORE. SIX MONTHS LATER, BUSINESS IS SO HOT, HE HAS BEEN ITCHING TO PAY IT FORWARD. I FEEL THE NEED TO SEE THAT PERSON WHO GAVE BACK. SO TODAY, HE LIVED WITHOUT AIR FOR TWO YEARS, IS GETTING A NEW UNIT AT NO COST. IT IS JUST IN TIME FOR A BIRTHDAY HE HAPPENS TO SHARE WITH AMERICA. I WILL BE 88 YEARS OLD ON JULY 4. HE SAYS EVER SINCE THE WAR HE HAS HAD TROUBLE SLEEPING BUT THIS IS ONE NIGHT HE WILL SLEEP SOUNDLY. BACK TO YOU. BY THE WAY THAT NEW HVAC INCLUDES A TEN YEAR WARRANTY FREE OF CHARGE. THEY SAID THIS IS PART OF THEIR BUSINESS PLAN TO HELP OUT FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE SERVED OUR COUNTRY. THEY ALSO WANT TO HELP FIRST
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