LG Percentage of Air Con Sales Donation To Hospitality Industry Charity

LG DonationThe global leader and technology innovator in electronics, LG Electronics, announced that two percent of the revenue they have from all air conditioning sales on Hotels and Restaurants of the British Hospitality Association will be donated to the Hospitality Industry Charity (Hospitality Action).

This move is a part of the partnership between the air conditioning division of LG and the British Hospitality Association, which was formed in order to give the member of the association advice on how to maximize the efficiency of their air conditioning systems.

The Hospitality Action, first formed in 1858, is the benevolent organization of the industry that provides financial support to all of those who have worked within the hospitality sector. It continues to thrive and is supporting over 1,500 people currently.

General Manager of LG Air Conditioning, Paul Hopkins, said that Hospitality Action is an extremely worthwhile organization and that they are delighted to show their commitment to the industry in this way.

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