Take Gilley out to the ballgame! That’s right- Gilley’s going wild and is taking to the field making his first big debut on Friday, June 8, 2012, at the Normal CornBelters /vs/ Washington Wild Things game held at the CONSOL Energy Park in Washington, PA. Gilley became a part of the Gillece Services’ official endorsement sponsorship of the Washington Wild Things for 2012 and can’t seem to stop chirping about it! The Gillece Services’ beloved Macaw parrot mascot was immediately chomping at the beak to get involved and to strut his feathers on behalf of Gillece Services for Washington Wild Things and their fans.
Teaming up with Gilley will be the Wild Things’ Wild Thing himself (their wild and loveable branded bear) Gilley and the Wild Thing are sure to liven things up and send the crowd soaring. Gilley will indeed be on-site, live and on the field, cheering on the crowd and bringing with him free water bottles for game attendees. And while Gilley’s ready to throw the first pitch, he’s not just all about fun- he’s about knowing what to do and who to call if someone has trouble with Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electrical, and Waterproofing problems- he knows how and when to “Call Gillece!”
In addition to Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electrical, and Waterproofing services, Gillece also offers Indoor Air Quality and Water Quality services. So, not only does Gillece fix plumbing problems, work on a furnace or A/C unit, and address electrical issues- Gillece also waterproofs a home, inside or out, and improves the quality of indoor air and water. This really gives Gilley something to squawk about! He knows the importance of breathing clean air and drinking clean water, as well as staying warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and safe all year round.
Buy your game tickets today! http://www.washingtonwildthings.com/tickets/
And… “Call Gillece!”
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