If you walk into any HVAC office, there is a great chance that you will see a team picture with players holding up their championship trophies
Wanna-be athletes with no chance of making even the high school baseball team end up playing slow-pitch softball. There are church leagues, industrial leagues, the so-called “beer” leagues, and the ever-popular co-ed leagues. The biggest “reward” comes from winning that “big game” and celebrating like World Series winners with your teammates holding the trophy that will be on display at the workplace, bar, or church. Teams usually begin as losers where the focus is on having fun and making sure that lesser skilled players get playing time. For most teams, the hunger for victory takes over and teams will seek to improve. Better players join the team, lesser players give way or simply quit, and soon the team is focused on winning over just having fun. Of the millions of softball players in the U.S. I think that a disproportionate number of players have jobs in the HVAC industry. I have no proof of this but when I go out to see my old team, I see T-shirts and uniforms with the name of an HVAC company emblazoned on them. If you walk into any HVAC office, there is a great chance that you will see a team picture with players holding up their championship trophies. And when you think about it, qualified HVAC techs are generally in great shape, know how to stick to a schedule with all the service calls they make to customers for their semi-annual HVAC cleaning and maintenance. Best of all, they have strong wrists that are essential for batting with power. So, if you’re a manager of a softball team looking for talent to take your team to the next level, a great place to find a new star is with the local HVAC companies in your area.