Blog10 June 2016

Andrews Air Conditioning set to unveil football-themed infographics

Europe’s most prestigious international football tournament commences on Friday amidst much anticipation from the majority of the continent! Football fever will once again sweep the globe, with hundreds of millions of spectators expected to tune in and find out which of the twenty-four nations will emerge triumphant in France.

And we at Andrews Air Conditioning will be keeping a close eye on proceedings to see which of the tournament’s ‘hot prospects’ perform best on the big stage. As such, we’ll be producing a series of comparative infographics to analyse the contributions of various up-and-coming players throughout the month-long competition.

These will be shared across our social media channels and, along with the use of polls and other themed activities, encourage interaction between fans online.

Unlike in previous summer sporting events, the climate is not expected to be a decisive factor that will drastically affect those participating. The temperatures in Brazil two years ago were expected to hamper countries outside of South America – despite Germany going on to win. But forecasters have suggested that the weather in France will be far more conducive to physical activity, with temperatures unlikely to exceed 30°C at any stage.

Although Andrews Air Conditioning are unable to guarantee a cool environment for the players, we can however ensure those watching in the UK are kept comfortable at all times. Our unbeatable range of portable units has been designed to accommodate virtually every conceivable application – including offices, IT suites, manufacturing plants, healthcare facilities and even construction sites.

Whether you seek a planned air conditioning solution for an impending project or an urgent hire package in an emergency, our nationwide presence and depth of resources mean we can assist you 24 hours a day. For more information on our products and services, or to arrange a free site survey, call us today on 0800 211 611.