Tozour Energy Systems and Philadelphia Union announce Partnership agreement

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KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (July 6, 2020) — Tozour Energy Systems announced today a partnership with the Philadelphia Union. Tozour Energy Systems is a veteran and family-owned HVAC and building automation provider based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As the leading commercial HVAC and building automation provider in Philadelphia and South Jersey, Tozour offers a multitude of heating and cooling solutions for commercial buildings. Under the agreement, Tozour’s employees and clients will enjoy exclusive access at Philadelphia Union home matches. Additionally, Tozour Energy Systems will provide state-of-the-art HVAC services at Philadelphia Union facilities.

“We’re excited to bring Tozour Energy Systems into the Philadelphia Union family,” said Jean-Paul Dardenne, Philadelphia Union Senior Vice President, Corporate Partnerships. “Tozour is a veteran and family-owned business that’s served the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey region for more than 35 years. Tozour’s longevity, top-notch customer service, and a community-first mindset are things we look for in a partner.”

“As a proud partner of the Philadelphia Union, we’re pleased to work with a team that holds the same values we have at Tozour,” said Kevin Duffy, Tozour Energy Systems President. “The Union’s corporate social responsibility and commitment to the community aligns with Tozour’s culture of giving back.”

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, both companies have made impacts in the Philadelphia-area community. Tozour is committed to the advocacy of corporate social responsibility, an initiative to assess and take responsibility for a company’s effects on environmental and social well-being. Through an employee fundraiser and company match, Tozour recently turned a $10,000 grant from the Satell Institute into a $72,000 donation to Philabundance.

The Philadelphia Union launched “Fight for Philly,” a campaign that provided more than 18,500 pieces of personal protective equipment to frontline workers in the area and 5,000 meals to those in need, while also injecting funds into local small businesses.