The race to name the new mascot for award-winning commercial heating and ventilation specialist Lord Combustion Services is down to the final four – and you can decide the winner.
Oldbury-based Lord Combustion Services has unveiled a new character to promote its work in commercial heating and hot water.
Now the team want your help in giving the final name for the latest “colleague”, a smiling blue flame who will appear across their website, marketing and promotional activity.
A public survey held online last month resulted in four names being accepted by the judges: Blaze, Pilot, Lordy and Bertie the Burner.
The Lord team, who will use the mascot as a public face for their work in heating, ventilation and air conditioning, want final votes to be cast to decide the winner.
Having served customers across the West Midlands since 1982, Lord have built a reputation for sustainability, including winning a Business Desk award in recognition of their work on introducing more environmentally friendly solutions for clients.
To promote more energy efficient systems, which in turn help the environment, the new mascot will turn green when promoting their sustainability work.
To vote for the new mascot’s name, people can visit the online form: bit.ly/4039VZd
Managing Director Stuart Smith said: “Thank you to everyone who took part in the initial vote, helping us get down to the final four to be decided by the public.
“The team at Lord are looking forward to naming our new mascot, who will hold a key role in our business to highlight the excellent work which colleagues deliver every day for our valued clients.”
Operating from the Lord HQ in Dudley Road East, Oldbury, the team of nearly 50 staff serve more than 1000 customers across the West Midlands including NHS sites, schools and Edgbaston cricket ground.