Let me preface this by saying that we really, really love the Spurs. And love can make you do crazy things.
At Champion AC, we hold the unique position of being a Spurs partner, but not their AC provider. (Friend-Zone Level: Ultimate) So when the AT&T Center’s air conditioner decided to take the night off for Game 1 of the NBA Finals, it’s understandable that sweat-soaked fans, national media (like ESPN’s Darren Rovell) and players would want to point their fingers, tweet at or shake their fists in the general direction of the company with their air conditioning ads plastered across the building.
That’s why we wanted to take this opportunity to clear up any and all rumors about the AC outage that caused the cramps heard ‘round the world. Starting with – WE TOTALLY DID IT.
A power outage? Really? Do you think something as devious and beautifully executed as turning the AT&T Center into a sauna (You’re welcome, dieters.) could be accomplished with something as crude as a power outage? Think again.
This thing goes far deeper than our love for Heat/heat puns, guys. Why would we confess? Call it pride. Pride in our city and pride in the great work that we do (5-star reviews on Google).
We’re also pretty good at faux confessions. 🙂
We hope that you’re all cool, comfortable and hydrated on this lovely Friday. Before we go, we’ll just leave these extremely interesting definitions for you. In case there was any confusion.
: a person or organization that pays the cost of an activity or event (such as a radio or television program, sports event, concert, etc.) in return for the right to advertise during the activity or event
: a group or company that provides a specified service (like air conditioning, for example.)
If you’re angry at the AC providers for the Spurs, you’re in the wrong place. If you’re looking for AC repair in San Antonio, give us a call!