Southern Hearth & Patio, a Blossman Company, invites the public to their Spring into Summer Open House, June 9th from 10am to 3pm. Southern Hearth is excited to present a newly expanded grill selection and to showcase a variety of their custom outdoor kitchens, featuring new propane appliances. Guests will enjoy a free cookout exhibiting the reliability and convenience of the outdoor cooking appliances Southern Hearth has to offer.
Southern Hearth is also happy to give the community an opportunity to meet the new store manager, George Linden. Linden says, “We are delighted to welcome our customers and neighbors to visit us for a summer open house! Southern Hearth & Patio is growing and we now have a lot more to offer in the way of propane outdoor living appliances, and custom outdoor kitchens. One of our newest offerings is the tank-less water heater – a gas fueled product that saves customers time and money by providing on-demand hot water while lowering energy bills and decreasing their carbon footprint. My team and I are excited to help our customers find just the right appliance for their home comfort needs, whether in the bathroom, kitchen or living room.”
In addition, Southern Hearth & Patio is a strong supporter of the Snack Pack Program managed by the East Brainerd Church of Christ. This program helps children who live in homes where there is not enough food, as identified by schools in Hamilton County and provides over a thousand bags of food each week. Southern Hearth & Patio will be holding a raffle for a Yoder Loaded Wichita Smoker, retail value of $1894, to benefit the Snack Pack Program. Janice Robertson, representative from East Brainerd Church of Christ says, “The Snack Pack Ministry is thrilled to be the recipient of monies that Southern Hearth and Patio are donating from the Yoder Smoker raffle. Southern Hearth has been one of our Community Volunteer Partners on our packing nights. They have helped us serve 1630 children each week in 12 Hamilton County Schools and we are honored that we will receive this money to help provide food for these children.”