Vent-A-Hood®, the company that created the modern residential range hood, was honored in Kitchen and Bath Business (K+BB) Magazine’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards as one of the best brands in kitchen ventilation.
The K+BB Readers’ Choice Awards recognizes the best brands in kitchen and bath design. Readers were asked to make their choices according to criteria including, but not limited to, local availability, the support they receive from the supplier/manufacturer, price point for their typical client budget and other category-specific criteria such as effectiveness and noise level for kitchen ventilation.
“We are very honored to have been selected for this recognition by K+BB readers,” said Miles “Skip” Woodall III, CEO of Vent-A-Hood. “At Vent-A-Hood, we truly value the input of our customers and strive to offer the highest level of service in the industry. It is recognition such as this that keeps pushing us to meet and exceed the expectations of our loyal customers.”
Vent-A-Hood, the company that created the modern residential range hood, recently announced the recipients of the 2016–2017 Vent-A-Hood Scholarship Fund. The three students are graduates of North Texas high schools and each received a one-year scholarship between $2000-$3000.
Since starting the program in 2000, Vent-A-Hood has awarded more than 100 scholarships to outstanding North Texas students as they pursue their higher education.
“Vent-A-Hood congratulates these hard-working students and wishes them continued success pursuing their dreams and achieving their educational goals,” said Miles Woodall III, CEO of Vent-A-Hood.
The 2015-2016 Vent-A-Hood Scholarship recipients include:
- Adrian Sanchez – beginning his freshman year at Sam Houston State University at Huntsville, Texas. He plans to study criminal justice and law enforcement.
- Lauren Wells – going into her senior year at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. She is studying computer science with a mathematics minor.
- Brian Butler – will be a second year graduate student at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. He is studying theatre costume design
Save the date, because Vent-A-Hood is promising a one-of-a-kind 3D experience at KBIS 2017. You’re invited to stop by the Vent-A-Hood booth (#S5420) Jan. 10-12 in Orlando to build the range hood of your dreams, using the 3D Build-A-Hood program.
“KBIS attendees are not going to want to miss this. There is nothing like it in the industry. Vent-A-Hood has truly raised the bar for our industry, delivering the type of individual customer service and made-to-order design features that customers desire in their appliance purchases,” said James Adams, vice president of sales for Vent-A-Hood.