(Press Release) Janesville, WI (July 9, 2012) – Lanair Products, LLC announces that former Packers great Leroy Butler will be at their Farm Technology Days booth (B048-B049) for photos and autographs on Wednesday, July 18, from 9AM to noon.
“We’re thrilled to have Leroy join us at Farm Technology Days,” said Tom Francois, National Sales Manager at Lanair. “His foundation does such great work and with football season right around the corner, we know he’ll be a hot commodity at the show”. Butler played 12 seasons for the Packers, earned a Super Bowl ring and was inducted in to the Packers Hall of Fame in 2007. He is also credited with inventing the “Lambeau Leap” following a 1993 return for score. These days he scores big with The Leroy Butler Foundation which assists women undergoing breast cancer treatment
Located in Janesville, WI, Lanair Products has been an industry pioneer and leading manufacturer of waste oil heaters since 1976. Ideal for farm shops, these reliable, cost-efficient heaters essentially deliver “free heat” and pay for themselves in 12-18 months. Lanair offers the low cost of factory direct savings without all the hassles.