RJ Murray Company, Inc., the oldest currently operating Carrier distributor in the world, announce their support of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, through 2013.
RJ Murray Co. and Carrier Corp. have donated HVAC equipment to the iconic Cooperstown facility valued at $30,000. Celebrating the 110th anniversary of the invention of air conditioning by Dr. Willis Carrier this year, Carrier is the world leader in high-technology air conditioning, heating and refrigeration solutions.
Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, said, “Preserving the assets of the Museum, and creating a comfortable environment in which our visitors can enjoy the Museum’s treasures, are vital at the Hall of Fame. We’re very grateful to RJ Murray and Carrier for their generous donation of air conditioning systems that will enable us to care for the collections and our guests.”
RJ Murray Company, Inc., a third-generation family-owned company, was one of Carrier Corp.’s first distributors. After launching his company in 1929, founder Richard Murray Sr. caught the attention of Dr. Willis Carrier, who encouraged Murray to join a young Carrier Air Conditioning Co. in 1933.
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