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SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County Nominated for 2019 Readers Choice Awards
SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County is honored and grateful to be nominated for The Norwich Bulletin's 2019 Reader's Choice New London County Awards.
Thank you so much! We work hard to help our local area with fire and water damage and mold remediation. Whether it is your home or business, SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County has the equipment, trained staff and experience to make it “Like it never even happened.”
You can VOTE FOR US NOW up to once a day until April 21st. Here is a link below to take you to the voting page.
We thank you so much for your support and trust in taking care of your homes and businesses in Norwich & Windham County!
The SERVPRO of Norwich & Windham Country Prepares for the 2019 Racing Season
Johnny O'Sullivan Legend Race Car #51
Our own Johnny O'Sullivan from SERVPRO of Norwich & Windham County is gearing up for the 2019 race season, with some great new things to keep a watch on!
John is one of the Northeast’s top young Legend Car drivers will expand beyond his Connecticut roots in 2019 with the Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge. Salem, CT’s John O’Sullivan has sent in his entry for the Bullring Bash MSD Legends and plans to run each of the three $1,500-to-win all-star events.
Read the Bullring Bash Full Article Here!
The Start of a Great Race Season!
Johnny O with his first win on May 30th
Every year SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County sponsors our own Johnny O in the #51 Legend car and the SK Lite Modified race cars. The season started out rainy, but is now if full swing.
Wednesday we race the Legend car and so far, the #51 has had a good season. John is in 3rd overall in the season points standings. He has been in the top 5 twice, the top 10 four times and has his first win of the season on May 30th!
Saturdays are for the SK Lite Modifieds. John is also in 3rd in the overall season standings. He has been in the top 5 two times and in the top 10 three times.
There is a lot of racing yet to come and we are hoping for more wins and a great race season. If you are in the area, come on down to the Waterford Speedbowl on Wednesdays and Saturdays to cheer on our own Johnny O in the #51!
Quiet Corner BNI Visitors Day, May 2, 2018
If you are local business owner looking to grow your business and would like to join our networking group, we are having a Visitor's Day on May 2nd from 7:30am - 9am.
SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham county is represented in the cleaning category.
Be sure to bring plenty of business cards.
SERVPRO of Norwich & Windham County Wins Norwich Bulletin Reader's Choice Award
Each Year our local newspaper holds a Reader's Choice Award for local businesses. In previous years, The Bulletin chose the contestants and readers voted for the winners.
This year The Bulletin shook things up a bit and each contestant had to be nominated. Once the nominations for tallied up, the contestants were announced. People from all across Norwich and Windham Country voted online for their favorites in all different kinds of categories.
We are proud to announce that The Bulletin Reader's Choice Award for Best Cleaning Company of 2018 was SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County!
Thank you all for nominating and voting for SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County in The 2018 Norwich Bulletin's Reader's Choice Awards this year!
Click here http://bit.ly/2J7UjeJ to see the full voting results and look for us under Businesses > Cleaning Company.
Thank you again for all of your support!
SERVPRO Racing has a Great Season!
SERVPRO is a proud sponsor of Johnny O's #51 Legend and SK Lite Modified car!
Two divisions, two great seasons for O’Sullivan
There’s one word that describes John O’Sullivan’s 2017 season at New London-Waterford Speedbowl — improvement.
Here’s how much he improved. O’Sullivan finished second in the Saturday Legends division by just 24 points to Kyle Rogers.
In the SK Lights, O’Sullivan was third in the standings, finishing 50 points behind champ Dana DiMatteo. O’Sullivan and Keith Rocco were the only two Speedbowl drivers to finish in the Top 3 in two separate divisions.
O’Sullivan was more than just a versatile driver — he was a successful one.
“I would say we went into last season with a good car in both divisions,” O’Sullivan said. “I had a good crew and we were shooting for the best every week. If I wasn’t out in front, it’s because I was in the wall.”
At one point during the season, O’Sullivan had the point lead in both divisions.
He was especially hot in the Legends. He grabbed two quick wins on Wednesday, and then grabbed his first ever win on Saturday.
Read the full article here