(Lawrenceville, Georgia) – Monday, July 18th, during the Gwinnett Braves game, one lucky attendee became the one millionth fan to walk through the gates at Coolray Field. The winner, Richard Zolecki, was attending the game as part of a group of retirees from General Motors. As they say, “To the winner go the spoils!” Zolecki walked away with an array of prizes including a new Trane air conditioning system donated by Coolray Heating and Cooling.
“I remember saying to one of the guys as we were walking in, ‘wouldn’t it be nice if somebody in our group (fellow retirees) won?’ When they pulled me aside to tell me I was the winner, I couldn’t believe it,” says Zolecki. “Special thanks to the Gwinnett Braves and Coolray for an unforgettable night!”
Ken Haines, President of Coolray Heating and Cooling, who was in attendance to greet the winner said, “We wanted to be part of this great celebration and what better way than to give away an air conditioning system. This summer has been so hot and we thought this would be a great way to help provide some much needed relief to one lucky fan.”
Coolray Heating & Cooling became affiliated with the Gwinnett Braves back in 2010, when they reached an agreement with the Atlanta Braves and gained naming rights of then Gwinnett Stadium. “This partnership has given us an opportunity to support something that families all across the metro area genuinely enjoy and we’re looking forward to the continued opportunity to grow alongside the Braves and families in Gwinnett County,” said Haines.
Coolray is a locally owned and operated business, founded in 1966. They serve the greater Atlanta area with offices in Marietta, Suwanee and Jonesboro with a staff of more than 230 employees.
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