Air Pros USA Partners with Miami Dolphins and USO Surprised Military Family with a Free A/C Unit
Air Pros USA, a South Florida residential and commercial air conditioning services company, teamed up with the Miami Dolphins and the USO to surprise military veteran and Doral resident April Sulwer with a brand-new air conditioning unit and installation, free of charge.
The Miami Dolphins invited Sulwer’s family to attend training camp practice on “Salute to Service” day where they watched their favorite football team practice. Upon their return home, the Sulwer family was greeted by Miami Dolphins, members of USO, and Air Pros USA who surprised them with a new A/C unit.
“This beautiful surprise! We are thankful for this blessing and really appreciate everyone for helping us out,” said April Sulwer. “We are thankful to God, Air Pros USA, Miami Dolphins and USO for taking care of us.”
April’s husband, Dustin, is also a U.S. military veteran and worked to ensure the new unit was kept a surprise.
“The brave and selfless men and women who have served our country deserve our recognition and gratitude for their service. We are proud to work with The Miami Dolphins Football UNITES™ program to thank local Veterans for their service and show them that we care,” said Air Pros USA founder Anthony Perera. “We hope the Sulwer family will enjoy this new energy efficient A/C unit and know that we are truly honored to serve them.”
The Miami Dolphins Football UNITES™ program teamed up the USO to select April Sulwer because of her vast accomplishments during and after her military service. Sulwer recently retired after 20 years of service in the U.S. Army and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Security and Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling. She is also involved throughout her community as she frequently volunteers for nonprofits, animal shelters and disaster relief efforts.
“We are excited to partner with Air Pros USA once again for this wonderful opportunity to spread cheer as we continue our efforts to honor the active military members and veterans of our community,” said RaShauna Hamilton, Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Community Relations & Youth Programs. “With the help of USO through our Football UNITES™ program we were able to identify a deserving family and provide them with what we hope will be a memorable experience for years to come.”
“As a proud veteran, loving mother, and passionate community volunteer, April has always been dedicated to helping others and it was time that she is recognized for her contributions. It was a pleasure to work with Air Pros USA and Miami Dolphins for the big surprise giveaway,” said USO Southeast Regional Development Manager Amy Leuschke. “We hope to keep working with them in the future to help the community’s military families.”
Air Pros USA is continuously finding ways to give back to the community. Throughout the year, the company organizes several events to thank the Military and Veterans for their exemplary service. For more information or details on franchise opportunities visit www.airprosusa.com.
About Air Pros USA
Air Pros USA was founded in South Florida in 2017 on the premise of integrity, reliability, and putting our customers first. The company has quickly expanded to many metro areas within Florida, Colorado, Georgia, Texas, and Washington, with more franchise partners expected to be introduced soon. Air Pros USA currently employs over 250 experienced professionals with 10 Service locations. For more information or details on franchise opportunities visit www.airprosusa.com.
About the Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins, owned by Chairman of the Board & Managing General Partner Stephen M. Ross, are the oldest major-league professional sports franchise in the state of Florida, having joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. The organization has played in five Super Bowls, winning championships following the 1972 (VII) and 1973 (VIII) seasons. The franchise also has won five conference championships and 13 division championships. The Dolphins play home games in Miami Gardens at Hard Rock Stadium and have worked tirelessly to inspire a healthier, more educated and united South Florida community. The organization hosts the largest fundraiser in the NFL with the Dolphins Cancer Challenge, raising more than $45 million to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, has impacted more than 60,000 youth high school players, coaches and teams through the Junior Dolphins program and has worked with more than 100 South Florida organizations though Football UNITES™ presented by Baptist Health programming. For more information, visit dolphins.com.