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10:36 pm, June 23, 2024
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Air Pros USA Surprises Four Mothers with Free A/C Units

Mothers in several cities win Mother’s Day A/C Giveaway

Merri Snyder of Fort Myers with her new AC unit

Florida based Air Pro USA, a leading residential home services company, expressed their gratitude for mothers and all that they do this Mother’s Day by gifting free A/C units valued at $10,000 to four moms in several of its service areas including: Boynton Beach and Hollywood, Florida as well as Mobile, Alabama and Everett, Washington.

Just in time for summer, Air Pros USA, surprised Denise Green of Dania Beach, Florida; Priscillah Nzenge of Marysville, Washington; Eugenie Cave of Delray Beach, Florida; and Darcy Long of Eight Mile, Alabama with new A/C units. Air Pros USA sponsored the Mother’s Day Giveaway and accepted nominations from the community to honor mothers for all the love they give and the sacrifices they make for their families.

“The Air Pros team is inspired by these moms’ unwavering commitment to both their families and their communities,” said Anthony Perera, Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Air Pros USA. It is apparent that they selflessly place the needs of their loved ones above their own, never seeking recognition. This serves as our heartfelt expression of gratitude for their tireless efforts.”

CM Heating and Cooling, ECM Air Conditioning, Hansen Super Techs and parent company Air Pros USA are proud to honor people in the community for all the sacrifices they make for their children and families.

Flooding Victim:

Denise Green was nominated by Rebuilding Together Broward County, an organization dedicated to eliminating unsafe and deplorable living conditions for low-income homeowners who are elderly, Veterans, and/or have disabilities.

Green has four grown daughters and nine grandchildren. She shares her 1,200-square foot home with two of her daughters and four grandchildren but had not had a working air conditioning unit for more than five years.

In 2023 the family’s home was damaged by a flood and Green’s insurance did not cover necessary repairs. Despite health issues and hardships, Green still works at an aftercare program at a local school. She also continually gives back to her community and neighbors by providing food and shelter for those in need.

Social Service Steward:

As a mother of four children, Priscillah Nzenge graciously keeps up with the daily demands of parenthood without the support of extended family, who reside in Africa. She lives with her 19-year-old son, who recently graduated from high school, a 16-year-old daughter, and two younger sons aged nine and six, all of whom she lovingly cares for while maintaining a full-time job.

Nzenge works tirelessly to help families at risk of child removal due to issues of abuse, neglect, or mistreatment. Her efforts are focused on providing support and resources to remedy underlying issues as well as empowering parents to help them grow their parenting skills through services to help mitigate their parental deficiencies. Her work embodies a commitment to family preservation and community well-being.

Nzenge was nominated by George Nzenge. She is grateful for her new unit as her old unit was broken and in disrepair.

“Receiving this new unit was such a surprise,” said Priscillah Nzenge. “I did not expect it and I was so encouraged by the warm gesture. It is unbelievable how this came at the right time.”

Church-going Great-grandmother and Widow:

Eugenie Cave of Delray Beach is a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Cave has been in the country since the late 90’s when she immigrated from Haiti. She is 92 years old and has lived alone on a fixed income since her husband passed away in 2019. She is a devout Christian who attends church every Wednesday night and Sunday morning, with the church van taking her to and from services. She also helps to watch over her great-grandson who is autistic.

Cave worked for more than 10 years at the local Pizza Hut and was forced to stop working due to her health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her A/C unit was nearly 10 years old and had been giving her trouble for the last year.

Role Model and Volunteer:

Darcy Long of Eight Mile, Alabama is a single mother of three boys, 16-year-old Reese, 15-year-old Aiden and 11-year-old Dalton. The family lives in a home inherited from Long’s parents, a Marine Vietnam Veteran and a registered nurse. Long works full-time in the automotive industry, yet still prioritizes quality time with her sons, volunteers as a motivational speaker for mothers affected by domestic violence at Penelope House and devotes time to helping seniors at the Alpha Way retirement homes.

Long’s air conditioner unit recently went out and needed a new thermostat and transmitter. She had been unable to afford these necessary repairs.

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About Air Pros USA:

Air Pros USA was founded in South Florida on the promise of integrity, reliability, and putting our customers first. The company has quickly expanded to many metro areas within Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Colorado, Georgia, Texas, and Washington, with more locations expected to be introduced soon. Air Pros USA currently employs more than 1,000 experienced professionals in more than a dozen metro Service locations including Miami, Orlando, Dallas, Atlanta, Colorado Springs, Mobile, and Seattle. For more information visit

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