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May 16, 2014
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Synergy Air offers new eBook

In preparation for "can't live without air conditioning" season," Synergy Air announces the debut of its latest eBook, "12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System" www.synergy-ac.com/ebooks/.

The goal of this eBook is to ensure that people are prepared, should their a/c unit take a turn for the worst.

"Knowing the best time to replace your air conditioner can often be a difficult decision, especially if your current system has broken down," said Synergy Air owner Mike Clark. "You have to balance out whether you should have it repaired, or if it's more cost effective in the long run to replace it."

Prior to the release of this eBook, Synergy Air released an eBook about "Nine Things to Check Before Spending Money on AC Repairs."

Synergy Air LLC, which services Cape Coral,Fort Myers, Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples, and all of Lee and Collier counties in Southwest Florida, is a provider of air conditioning service, repairs and replacement air conditioning systems, servicing Cape Coral with more than 25 years experience servicing both residential and commercial needs. It provides service and solutions for air conditioning, heating and air quality problems, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For more information about Synergy Air's services, including air conditioning repair, preventive maintenance contracts, air purifiers and air duct cleaning, and new central air conditioning systems, call 239-939-2032 or visit www.Synergy-AC.com.

Frontier Airlines offering

nonstop flights from RSW to IAD

The Lee County Port Authority has announced that Frontier Airlines will begin nonstop service between Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) on Sept. 9, 2014. Frontier will operate four weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays between Fort Myers and Cleveland on a 168-seat Airbus A320 aircraft.

For more information about Southwest Florida International Airport, visit www.flylcpa.com or Like Us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/flyRSW.

Salon raises $5,000

for cut-a-thon to help 'cut hunger'

More than a dozen hairstylists from The Rock for Hair and Nails in Fort Myers raised $5,000 during this year's Stylists Unite to Help Cut Hunger cut-a-thon held Sunday, April 6.

Benefiting the Harry Chapin Food Bank, the event included the volunteer efforts of nearly 200 local hairstylists as well as Redken's national and international artists Brayden Pelletier, Ryan Morgan, Leah Hanson and Matrix's artist Tara Koening.

Nonperishable food items were also collected at participating salons including The Rock. The event raised $14,000.

The Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida opened in 1983. Its mission is to overcome hunger in Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties through education and by working in a cooperative effort with affiliated agencies in the procurement and distribution of food, equitably and without discrimination.

Located at 12575 S. Cleveland Ave, Suite 8 in Fort Myers, The Rock features a staff of beauty professionals offering men, women and children a full menu of hair and nail services and products.

For additional information, contact Kristi Hyde at 239-462-2620 or kristihyde@msn.com.

Life Made Easy Home Watch gains accredited member status

Life Made Easy Home Watch of Cape Coral has gained accredited member status in the National Home Watch Association for the third consecutive year.

Owners Jerry and Cindy McKay moved to Cape Coral 13 years ago from Oshkosh, Wis., where they owned rental property, rehabbed properties and also both worked outside their business. Jerry worked for an appliance business for over 34 years, the last 26 of which were as a manager. Cindy worked for the Oshkosh Area School District in various secretarial positions.

After moving to Florida, Jerry became employed by the City of Cape Coral as a groundskeeper II at its golf course, and Cindy became employed as an executive assistant to the CEO of a large healthcare facility.

Over the years, neighbors and friends would ask them to watch over their homes while they traveled. When Cindy returned to college to obtain her bachelor's degree, she had to write a business plan, which is how Life Made Easy Home Watch was born. They have now been in business for more than three years.

Life Made Easy Home Watch serves Cape Coral, Little Pine Island, North Fort Myer, and Matlacha.

For additional details, visit www.lifemadeeasyhomewatch.com/areas-we-serve/. They can be reached at 239-770-5618, or at info@lifemadeeasyhomewatch..com. Visit their website atwww.lifemadeeasyhomewatch.com.

 
 
 

 

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