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Isaac Heating becomes Bills sponsor

Rochester-based Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. is the newest corporate sponsor of the Buffalo Bills, officials announced Monday.
Isaac will give away two tickets to the heated seats of the Jim Kelly Club at Ralph Wilson Stadium prior to every home game, officials said.
“We expect to take full advantage of the excitement that is surrounding the Buffalo Bills, and the affinity that Buffalo Bills fans have for their team,” President Raymond Isaac said in a statement released by the Bills. “This partnership will help us spread the word about the quality of our products and services to Buffalo Bills fans across the upstate New York region.”

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Isaac Heating becomes Bills sponsor

Rochester-based Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. is the newest corporate sponsor of the Buffalo Bills, officials announced Monday.

Isaac will give away two tickets to the heated seats of the Jim Kelly Club at Ralph Wilson Stadium prior to every home game, officials said.

“We expect to take full advantage of the excitement that is surrounding the Buffalo Bills, and the affinity that Buffalo Bills fans have for their team,”  President Raymond Isaac said in a statement released by the Bills. “This partnership will help us spread the word about the quality of our products and services to Buffalo Bills fans across the upstate New York region.”
 

(c) 2009 Rochester Business Journal. Obtain permission to reprint this article.

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