West Nashville Icon Myers Plumbing moves Headquarters and Opens New Heating & Cooling Divison
"To better serve all of their customers, Myers Plumbing has moved its sign. Settling into their new location at 2711 Foster Avenue, near the intersection of Thompson Lane and Nolensville Road, Myers Plumbing now has quick access to interstates 65, 24 and 440 which will enable them to quickly respond to their customers needs throughout the Middle-Tennessee area. Charlie Myers, owner of Myers Company says “Of course we miss West Nashville but we had simply outgrown our offices there and also we wanted to be in a position where we could reach our customers throughout Nashville and Middle-Tennessee more efficiently. Now we have nearly 10,000 square feet and a lot more parking for customers and guests.”
Moving has created new opportunities for Myers Plumbing as well. “We are pleased to announce full service and installation of heating and cooling systems” says Daniel Donelson, heating and cooling division manager. “Nashvillians have trusted Myers Plumbing for 30 years for all their plumbing needs and now they have a trusted professional to turn to for all their heating and cooling needs” says Cliff Myers, Vice-President of Myers Company. “It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a while, I can’t think of a better union of services” he adds.
The new location has provided us a more central location for serving the Middle-Tennessee area. We can reach a greater number of customers more economically thereby effectively managing the “overhead” costs associated with service calls. Additionally, the added space has given us a larger warehouse and therefore better stocked service trucks to improve our customer service experience with Myers” says W. Stokley Donelson, III, CFO and co-owner of Myers Plumbing Services.
|Myers Plumbing is pleased to announce Brad Hopkins
as spokesperson for 2008!
Myers Plumbing recently completed filming their new commercials featuring former Tennessee Titan Offensive Tackle Brad Hopkins. Myers Plumbing has long supported the Tennessee Titans since their beginnings in Memphis. Charter members at the stadium when the team moved to their new home in Nashville, Myers Plumbing is proud to call two-time Pro-Bowl participant Brad Hopkins their spokesperson. “Brad’s friendly, down-to-earth style is complimentary to our business. He has proven to be a true professional in his new endeavors with electronic media. We are very fortunate to have him on our team,” says Cynthia Myers, marketing manager.