At Lincoln Heating & Air, we care about our community. So, in addition to bringing the best heating and cooling services, we give back something to the community through sponsorships. We simply love getting involved in whatever is going on in Sparks.
Getting involved in the community and giving back is also one of the ways we fulfill our promise of making each of your pennies count. So when you hire our team to handle your HVAC needs, some of the money you pay goes into a good cause. So not only will you get exemplary HVAC services, but you’re also contributing to something good.
Lincoln Heating & Air has directly sponsored and presided over many community events and groups. Here are some of them:
We love our local parades! Lincoln Heating & Air has sponsored two youth groups in producing a feature each year. First, a show of festively decorated horses ridden by youth cowgirls. Second, a feature in our veterans day parade re-enacting the famous flag-raising in the pacific during WWII and a thrilling terrorist chase complete with defusing a bomb. These acts have been featured in the Reno Gazette Journal and the Sparks Tribune!
Danielle and Robert, owners of Lincoln Heating & Air, have designed and maintained a professional obstacle course for a local girl’s camp. The course is used by thousands of girls each year and features a rope bridge, fireman’s wall, rope swing, army crawl, trampoline vault, rope ladder, and many more. Over 20 obstacles in total! In the words of one Air Force Service member “It’s better than boot camp!”
Robert Quirk, president of Lincoln Heating and Air has been the scoutmaster of troop 710 for many years. He has led boys on many adventures including a 50-mile canoe trip around Lake Tahoe and a 32-mile hike in 32 hours through the Mount Rose Wilderness. His influence has led to dozens of boys becoming good contributing citizens and receiving the highest youth award in scouting, the Eagle Scout award.
Robert and Danielle Quirk, owners of Lincoln Heating & Air have sponsored, directed, and produced a youth playgroup in Spanish Springs for many years. They have produced over 30 performances and 9 plays, including one they wrote themselves called Homer Noodleman. Over 150 youth have participated in the program and performed to over 7500 members of our community!
Robert Quirk, Owner of Lincoln Heating & Air has said, “Giving back to our community is one of the greatest rewards of having a local business.” Over the course of our 25+ years in business we have been blessed to interact with, and donate to, many local organizations. Here is a list of places we have had the pleasure of supporting in the past.
Please see attached PDF to see the organizations Lincoln Heating & Air has donated to over the years!
And we will continue these sponsorships and give back events for the coming years.