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Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Just Call Him Mr. Claus

Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) of Central Valley is passionate about helping families of the community who are in need. Their organization is committed to changing lives. They believe change starts with the members of the community.

When Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley heard that they could help RMHC by repairing their dishwasher pump and motor, they decided to step in and help. Thanks to Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, RMHC of Central Valley can spend less time worrying about their appliances and more time with the families.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, makes it his goal to build relationships not only with his customers, but also with the community. Conner says that its opportunities like these where relationships are formed and lives are touched.

Conner believes that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley’s commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley considers it a privilege to partner with an organization like RMHC that gives so much to families in need.”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes to encourage other companies and organizations to join in warming the hearts of those in need. Any act of service can make a difference. Whether it’s fixing a dishwasher, replacing a sink or providing a meal, hearts will be touched.

“The Ronald McDonald House® program provides a ‘home-away-from-home’ for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost to families,” said Jennifer Smith, senior director, RMHC. “Our Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child- not where they can afford to stay or where they will get their next meal.”

Dylan and Anna Conner Named Mr. Appliance® Franchisee of the Year

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

Dylan Conner, Franchisee of the Year

Leading appliance repair franchise Mr. Appliance named Dylan and Anna Conner its 2011 Franchisee of the Year during the 2012 Annual Reunion held Sept. 23 – 26 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.

The Franchisee of the Year award is selected from Mr. Appliance’s approximately 150 franchise owners across the United States, recognizing one who has consistently grown his or her business through the Mr. Appliance system and has achieved a consistently high success level through professional and quality service.

“Dylan is everything a franchisor could hope for,” said Doug Rogers, president of Mr. Appliance.  “In three short years, he has demonstrated an ability to master our systems, improve and grow his business, mentor other franchisees, and give back to his community. His positive attitude is so infectious.”

After inheriting his father’s Fresno-based appliance repair business, Conner converted his business to Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley in 2009 and has since expanded the business’s service territory and won numerous Mr. Appliance accolades, including 2009 Rookie of the Year. Conner is a Mr. Appliance representative for Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC), and frequently donates appliance parts and labor to his local house, RMHC of The Central Valley.

“More than anything, I feel like my business is something I can be proud of,” remarked Conner. Becoming part of the Mr. Appliance family has been more than business for me—I feel like I’m part of something bigger, like a big family.”

Cool Community

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

Dylan Conner and his father, Larry Conner

The Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of The Central Valley is committed to creating a “home-away-from-home” for children. Due to a broken fridge, RMHC of The Central Valley had their hands tied up hassling with their appliance.

Thanks to Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley, RMHC of The Central Valley can continue to provide families the comfort of a home.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley in Fresno, Calif. donated parts, labor and most importantly, his time to repair a refrigerator.

Conner says that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley’s commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley understands that it’s the little things that make a big difference. Though repairing an appliance can’t make a sick child well, it can make life a little easier for the families staying at RMHC .”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes that their kind act of service will urge other business and organizations to give back to the community as well.

“The Ronald McDonald House® program provides a ‘home-away-from-home’ for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost to families,” said Jennifer Smith, senior director of Communications and Special Programs, RMHC. “Our Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child- not where they can afford to stay or where they will get their next meal.”

Providing Ethical Leadership for Students

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

Dylan Conner at Ethical Leadership with Students

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley, volunteered as a “Table Leader” at the annual Hanford Joint Union High School District (HJUHSD) Senior Ethics Workshop for high school seniors held in the Central Valley of California.

“The main focus was to help the students create a list of their own core values,” said Conner. “I was able to help them while also sharing our (The Dwyer Group’s) Code of Values.”

According to HJUHSD, the Senior Ethics Workshop Program is designed to help seniors think about their personal values through discussions of “‘real-world’ values, ethics and decision-making.”

During the workshop, a volunteer “Table Leader” is assigned to a small group of six to eight students to give guidance and help facilitate discussion. By sharing his own experiences in the professional business world, Conner was able to help each member of his small group make his or her own code of values.

“We created business size reference cards with their own core values and each student also received my card with our Code of Values printed on the back,” said Conner. “It was impressive to see them take it in, discuss it, and come up with their own list of core values.”

The Dwyer Group’s Code of Values, known as R.I.C.H., is centered around Respect, Integrity, Customer focus and Having fun in the process. Each member of the organization, from service technicians to the CEO, is encouraged to know and implement these values every day.

Loving with Community with RMHC

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Proud of Dylan Conner and all that he does for RMHC of Central Valley!

Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) of Central Valley is passionate about helping families of the community who are in need. Their organization is committed to changing lives. They believe change starts with the members of the community.

When Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley heard that they could help RMHC by repairing their stove and icemaker, they decided to step in and help. Thanks to Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, RMHC of Central Valley can spend less time worrying about their appliances and more time with the families.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, makes it his goal to build relationships not only with his customers, but also with the community. Conner says that its opportunities like these where relationships are formed and lives are touched.

Conner believes that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley’s commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley considers it a privilege to partner with an organization like RMHC that gives so much to families in need.”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes to encourage other companies and organizations to join in warming the hearts of those in need. Any act of service can make a difference. Whether it’s fixing a refrigerator, replacing a sink or providing a meal, hearts will be touched.

Hope In the Community

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) of The Central Valley is passionate about helping families of the community who are in need. Their organization is committed to changing lives. They believe change starts with the members of the community.

When Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley, heard that they could help RMHC by fixing a broken refrigerator, they decided to step in and help. Thanks to Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, RMHC of The Central Valley can spend less time worrying about their appliances and more time with the families.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley, makes it his goal to build relationships not only with his customers, but also with the community. Conner says that its opportunities like these where relationships are formed and lives are touched.

Conner believes that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley considers it a privilege to partner with an organization like RMHC that gives so much to families in need.”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes to encourage other companies and organizations to join in warming the hearts of those in need. Any act of service can make a difference. Whether it’s fixing a refrigerator, replacing a sink or providing a meal, hearts will be touched.

“The Ronald McDonald House® program provides a ‘home-away-from-home’ for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost to families,” said Jennifer Smith, senior director, RMHC. “Our Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child- not where they can afford to stay or where they will get their next meal.”

A Little Goes A Long Way

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

The Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of The Central Valley is committed to creating a “home-away-from-home” for children. Due to a broken dishwasher and a leaky refrigerator, RMHC of The Central Valley had their hands tied up hassling with their appliances.

Thanks to Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley, RMHC of The Central Valley can continue to provide families the comfort of a home.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley in Fresno, Calif. donated parts, labor and most importantly, his time to replace a broken dishwasher and repair a leaky refrigerator.

Conner says that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley’s commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley understands that it’s the little things that make a big difference. Though repairing an appliance can’t make a sick child well, it can make life a little easier for the families staying at RMHC .”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes that their kind act of service will urge other business and organizations to give back to the community as well.

Wrapped Up in Love

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Wrapped Up in RMHC Love!

During times of need, Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of The Central Valley loves to wrap children up in blankets of love and care for them while they are ill. Due to a broken dryer, RMHC of The Central Valley was a dryer short of keeping up with the everyday laundry loads. Thanks to Mr. Appliance® of The Central Valley, RMHC of The Central Valley can continue to wrap children and their families up in fresh-out-of-the-dryer blankets of love.

Dylan Conner, owner of Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley in Fresno, Calif. and two of his technicians, Larry Kirkes and James Bailey, donated their parts, labor and most importantly, their time to repair a broken dryer.

Conner says that Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley’s commitment to RMHC comes from Mr. Appliance’s code of values, where respect, integrity and customer satisfaction are the priorities.

“The first code of value is to treat others as we would like to be treated, and that value is the foundation of our Mr. Appliance partnership with RMHC,” said Conner. “Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley considers it a privilege to partner with an organization like RMHC that gives so much to families in need.”

Mr. Appliance of The Central Valley hopes that other companies and organizations will join them and give back to the community that already gives so much.

“The Ronald McDonald House® program provides a ‘home-away-from-home’ for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost to families,” said Jennifer Smith, senior director of Communications and Special Programs, RMHC. “Our Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child- not where they can afford to stay or where they will get their next meal.”

Mr. Appliance of Central Valley serves Fresno, Kings and Tulare counties.

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About Ronald McDonald House Charities

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) corporation, creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. Through its global network of local Chapters in 52 countries and regions, its three core programs, the Ronald McDonald House®, Ronald McDonald Family Room® and Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, and millions of dollars in grants to support children’s programs worldwide, RMHC provides stability and resources to families so they can get and keep their children healthy and happy. All RMHC-supported programs provide a bridge to quality health care and give children and families the time they need together to heal faster and cope better.

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