Robertson Heating Supply Co. (Alliance, OH) celebrated its 75th anniversary with an Expo trade show at its corporate headquarters in May. The trade show featured dealer training sessions, “Hall of Fame” keynote speaker Jeffrey Gitomer and more than 70 vendor booths. In addition, the event included building tours, contests and prizes, and a sit-down lunch.
"I was so proud of our company as I looked out into the crowd of 900+ customers, vendors and employees and reflected on who we are today and how far we have come in 75 years,” said Scott Robertson, president. “We owe a lot to our company’s founder, my grandfather, John Robertson. My job is to keep building on his strong and excellent foundation and make it to 100!”
Pictured (L to R) are Jerry Wolens, tankless resource manager at Rheem Water Heating; Greg Scherzinger, district sales manager, Rheem Air Conditioning; and Scott Robertson (foreground), with Kevin Harvick’s NASCAR vehicle, sponsored by Rheem Manufacturing.
Family-owned Robertson Heating Supply was founded by John Robertson, grandfather of Scott Robertson. Today the corporate headquarters, including offices and a distribution center, covers more than 285,000 sq. ft. The company has more than 250 employees and distributes plumbing and heating products and kitchen cabinets in Ohio, western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Michigan. The company has 28 branches and five Kitchen and Bath Gallery showrooms. For more information, visit www.rhs1.com.