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Aug. 2, 2007 - WinWholesale Opens Three Locations in the South and East

August 2, 2007
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WinWholesale Inc. is continuing its national expansion by opening three new locations in the South and East for a total of seven to date in 2007.

WinWholesale Inc., one of the nation’s largest wholesale distributors, is continuing its national expansion by opening three new locations in the South and East for a total of seven to date in 2007. The new wholesaling units include two Winair companies and a Noland Company branch - all specializing in heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment.

Noland Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of WinWholesale.

The locations are:

  • Baldwin Winair Co., Baldwin, Ga.

  • Bel Air Winair Co., Forest Hill, Md.

  • Noland Company, Cookeville, Tenn.


Each location has counter pickup service and local delivery, while Bel Air Winair also has a showroom where customers can see products up close and talk with a consultant about their needs.

“WinWholesale Inc. continues to expand across the nation with Win local companies and Noland Company branches, and we plan to add more this year,” said Rick Schwartz, WinWholesale president and CEO.

The new locations bring the total of Win local company and Noland branches to 46 in Georgia, 12 in Maryland and 16 in Tennessee.

There are 452 Win local wholesaling companies across the United States in addition to 108 Noland Company branches.

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