Bringing School Spirit To The Home Front

Gone are the days of simply displaying school spirit on bumper stickers and T-shirts. Today, many people are finding ways to bring school spirit home and display favorite collegiate logos proudly on their homes.

One manufacturer is responding to this surge of school spirit by creating products that sing the praises of a particular school.

Loyal alumni and sports fans who are considering upgrading to a more energy-efficient air-conditioning unit may want to look into York®, a brand of the Unitary Products Group of York-a Johnson Controls Company.

York heating and air-conditioning equipment has been redesigned to display your favorite collegiate logos.

Loyal fans can get condensing unit panels that bear the logos of more than 77 different colleges and universities.

The logos are applied to painted, customized panels that replace the standard condensing-unit panels on the York Affinity™ series of air conditioners or heat pumps, so you can proudly display your favorite college logo on the lawn for all the neighbors to see.

If you have trouble choosing just one college to support, you can select an Affinity air conditioner or heat pump with a choice of color options. The units are available with a choice of seven color panels-standard Champagne or Terra Cotta, Jet Black, Stone, Bermuda, Chocolate or Gun Metal.

In addition to being innovative on the outside, these units are also innovative on the inside.

The Affinity air conditioner features the QuietDrive™ System, which provides energy-efficient, quiet operation and delivers precise temperature and humidity control.

Although distributors stock the logo panels geographically, you can order any available logo through a York dealer.

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