2019 Viessmann Ride for Comfort


The Viessmann 2019 Ride for Comfort is a charity initiative motorcycle ride to raise money in support of Lookout Housing and Health Society.
 
Viessmann has been providing people all over the world with home heating comfort for over 100 years. In the knowledge that such comfort is not always guaranteed, we are especially happy to dedicate this year's Viessmann Ride for Comfort motorcycle ride in support of Lookout Housing and Health Society.

Lookout Housing and Health Society is a Vancouver-based charitable organization and social safety net, providing a range of support services to adults with low or no income. The organization operates shelters, transitional, independent and permanent supportive housing, drop-in resource centres, outreach, and health services from 32 sites located in 11 municipalities in British Columbia.
 

Support the tour

Until September 8, you can sponsor riders on their 2019 charity rally. Let's help Lookout Housing and Health Society in providing basic and essential services to those that need it the most.
 

Meet the riders

Andrew Orfankos – Viessmann Manufacturing Company
Bruce Meacock – Mechanical Business Magazine
Chris Pearson – Andrew Sheret Ltd.
George Corning – Universal Supply/Noble
Glen Mellis – Viessmann Manufacturing Company
Harald Prell – Viessmann Manufacturing Company
Jim Brownlow – CustomAir
John Mork – Emco Vancouver
Karen Slivar – Rocky Point Engineering
Kevin Prouse – Emco Kamloops
Lawrence Wolfe – Flashpoint Climate Solutions
Marco Eggert – Eggert Energy
Mirko Slivar – Rocky Point Engineering
Mukhtiar Gill – Gill Plumbing & Heating
Nigel Webb – Emco Burnaby
Randy Stuart – Viessmann Manufacturing Company
Rob Blasic – R&B Plumbing and Heating
 

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Viessmann Group profile

The Viessmann Group is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating, industrial and refrigeration systems. Founded in 1917, the family business employs approximately 12,000 employees worldwide and generates 2.5 billion Euro in annual group sales.

Viessmann has a strong international outlook – it maintains 23 production companies in 12 countries, subsidiaries and representatives in 74 countries, and a total of 120 sales offices worldwide. Exports account for 54 percent of sales.

For three generations, Viessmann has been providing comfortable, efficient and environmentally-responsible heating solutions, tailored to the needs of the market. With ongoing research and development and a focus on product innovation, Viessmann has pioneered technologies that have continuously set standards and made the company into a technological innovator and pacesetter of the entire industry.