Get Blown Away by the Breezer

Power BreezerAccording to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the upcoming summer is expected to produce record heat, particularly in the Southwest and along with the states south of the Mason-Dixon Line. For the 120,000 restaurants and bars in the United States with outdoor seating areas and patios, hot, muggy summer heat means empty seats and revenue loss.

Joe Fairleigh, VP of Sales, restaurants, bars and hospitality venues should start thinking now of how to keep their customers and staff cool and safe during the hot summer months. “Many hospitality operators are unable to use their outdoor spaces and patios as the summer heats up. They lose valuable square footage that could be converted into sales. Our mobile cooling solutions have a duel purpose: keep customers happy and comfortable while at the same time warding away pesky flying insects. “

The Power Breezer Mobile Cooling Unit, whose design was inspired by jet propulsion technology, was first put to use by the U.S. Military to keep troops comfortable and functioning outdoors in some of the harshest environments in the world. Since its introduction two years ago, the Power Breezer can be found cooling restaurants, reception halls, resorts, ball parks and football stadiums as well as hard to cool warehouses and manufacturing facilities around the world.

Breezer Holdings is proud to introduce a line extension, The Breezer. With its sleek, ergonomic design and ease of use, the Breezer is an ideal solution for the hospitality


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