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ACCA Corporate Partners Program Reaches New Heights

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ACCA, the nation’s largest association of indoor environmental systems professionals, has announced that the 2013 Corporate Partners program has the largest number of partners than ever before and more companies are expected to join throughout the year.

The Corporate Partner program enables HVACR industry suppliers and manufacturers to demonstrate extraordinary commitment to ACCA and its members through year-round support of the association’s activities. Corporate Partners are not just sponsoring a conference or event. Instead, they provide financial and programming resources, which help ACCA expand advocacy and business development activities for contractors throughout the year.

The 2013 Corporate Partners are:


A/C Leak Freeze


Carrier Corp.

Comfort Institute

DaikinAC (Americas)

Emerson Climate Technologies

Federated Insurance


Goodman Manufacturing

GreenHomes America


Jackson Systems

Johnson Controls, Inc.


Mitsubishi Electric

NexStar Network

Rheem Manufacturing

Trane Home Heating & Air Conditioning



“ACCA is extremely pleased that all of our 2012 Corporate Partners have renewed their commitment for 2013 and many more companies are signing on to support ACCA,” says Paul T. Stalknecht, ACCA’s president and CEO. “The commitment these companies have made shows that ACCA’s contractor members are a vital part of their success, so they are willing to invest in and support the quality programs that ACCA offers to help contractors be more professional and continue to thrive regardless of market conditions that are beyond their control.”

“As a contractor member of ACCA, it is exciting that the Corporate Partner program continues to grow each year,” adds Laura DiFilippo, vice president of DiFilippo’s Service Company, and ACCA’s 2012-2013 chairman. “The companies that participate in the program are true leaders in our industry. Their support of ACCA, through the Corporate Partner program, shows that they are committed to the continued growth of contractors and the entire industry. All of our members should be pleased that our industry partners are willing to step up and give the extra support we need to ensure that contractors have the best resources to be professional and profitable year after year.”

Supplier and manufacturers can join the ACCA Corporate Partner program at any point during the year. For more information about the ACCA Corporate Partner program, contact Tom Murphy at

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