Do you know a Champion’s Champion? Check out our newest part of Community of Champions.
champion [cham-pee-uh n]
(n.) a person who fights for or defends any person or cause; a fighter or warrior; one that is clearly superior or has the attributes of a winner
(v.) to support the cause of
On September 2, Champion AC will launch Champion’s Champion, a part of our Champion AC Community of Champions, to accept submissions to recognize a local citizen who defines the essence of being a champion. While it is natural to think of a champion as one who has won a competition or series or the big game, there are champions all around us. At Champion, we want to celebrate the everyday champion.
The champion may be a firefighter who went the extra mile, a teacher who spends quality time in diligent preparation for improving the lives of students, an entrepreneur who mentors inquiring minds, a mom or dad who provide support for their child’s school or local community in volunteering, or another type of champion you see making a positive impact.
Champion’s goal is to honor local citizens who are doing good things in a variety of ways. We want to support them in their endeavors to keep changing the world in a positive way. While we focus much of our efforts on the physical energy to control the weather in the homes of our customers with air conditioning and heating, energy is about more than just energy in our environment. We also want to focus our efforts on the positive energy we put out by showing appreciation for those who make our communities a better place.
Champion’s Champion will be an annual reward given by Champion AC in which the selected champion will receive a San Antonio-style home makeover, from our team at Champion AC, along with other participating service companies including Window World. Submissions will be taken from September 2 through April 1 at championac.com.
Please send the following to [email protected]:
1. Your Champion’s name
2. Images of your Champion caught in the act of making a positive impact (if possible)
3. A Word document telling us in 300-600 words how your Champion meets the definition above
4. Your name, email and phone number