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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Throwback Thursday: News Recap July 2nd, 2015

If you have been reading the W.L. May Blog but haven't checked us out on FacebookTwitter or Google+, you may not be getting the whole story. We use all of those social media outlets to share news stories that relate to our industry as well as appliance tips we have found from other sources. Here is a recap of some of the top stories we have seen lately. So without further ado:

We start with some consumer friendly articles we feel would be great for sharing:
  • Hometown Life took a look at appliance colors. LINK
  • IOL Lifestyle looked at some laundry tips and whether they work and why. LINK
Next, we look at the manufacturers and how they have been in the news recently:
  • Maytag announced a refrigerator featuring metal shelves. LINK
  • Whirlpool's "Every Day Care" ads have been pretty successful. LINK
  • In a BBC story from England, the lesson remains, do not run your appliances if you are not at home with them. LINK
  • A new JennAir model of refrigerator has black interior. LINK
We found some articles that might be of interest to those of you who love all thing appliances:
  • Not surprisingly, Google's office refrigerator is connected to the net. LINK
  • Mother Nature Network showed us some fun and creative ideas for recycling old refrigerators. LINK
Sometimes, the links we post are related to technology, business or happenings on the internet:
  • Renters pay a premium for washers and dryers in units. How much varies with the city. LINK
We close with few just for fun stories:
  • Here is a good review of a very helpful technician, we can't help but wonder, was he too helpful for his own good? LINK
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1 comment:

  1. Glad to see WL May still exists! My dad was an a appliance repairman in the 60's and 70's, and when I would go out with him on repair calls, we would always stop by May Co. in Salem. Ice cold Orange Crush out of the pop machine, an messing with the new voltage and Ohm meters at the counter. Shorted out a few circuits in the fuse box doing that one day at the ripe old age of seven. Congrats on surviving this many years!


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