April 4, 2012
-- (Melville, NY) – Two members of The National Association of the Remodeling Industry, Jarro Building Industries Corp. and Utica Avenue Plumbing, will be featured on an episode of NBC’s George to the Rescue television show. The program, which airs Saturday, April 7 at 10:00am, is hosted by George Oliphant, and showcases his team of contractors and designers rescuing the homes of deserving people.
For the show, most of the episodes revolve around families who are in desperate need of a home renovation. This makes Oliphant and his crew all the more eager to get in and get to work.
Jarro Building Industries Corp., located in East Meadow, New York, is a founding member of the NYC / LI Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. The company has served homeowners and local businesses across Long Island since 1965. Their professional staff specializes in practical solutions that translate into beautiful living spaces for every customer. Eric Mathison is the contact at Jarro and can be reached at 516.794.4030.
Utica Avenue Plumbing Supply, located in Brooklyn, New York, has been in operations since 1933. They pride themselves on being one of the largest design line distributors in the U.S. The company has you covered for everything from your bathroom and kitchen, to heating and plumbing. Jim Decker is a Sales Manager and can be reached at 718.774.3200.
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New York City/Long Island NARI is part of 60 chapters that comprise the nation's only not-for-profit trade association dedicated to the advancement of the remodeling industry.