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Meet Fireball: The Official Mascot of Fire & Ice

Meet and learn about Fireball, the official mascot of Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning

Meet Fireball: The Official Mascot of Fire & Ice

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Olivia Minnier

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August 31st, 2022

Meet Fireball, the official mascot of Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning. Fireball loves having fun, making new friends at events around Columbus, Ohio, and assisting our customers in solving their HVAC problems.

Fireball’s Origin Story

Fireball was born in April of 2004 in Columbus, Ohio, the same year Fire and Ice was founded.

Fireball’s parents were red-drake dragons who loved to help the people around them with their ability to breathe fire and made it their life mission to assist others. They met, helping campers at Ohio’s many campgrounds and parks with their fires and other campground heating needs.

Once they had Fireball, they used to tell him bedtime stories about their many camping adventures when they were young, helping people keep warm, roast marshmallows, and even providing fire so that the campers could cook food for their families.

They always told him seeing people living their lives in a comfortable and loving environment was the most satisfying gift, they always told him.

Young Fireball took these stories to heart and decided to take his parent’s love of helping others with their comfort concerns even further by becoming a certified HVAC technician.

However, while Fireball can figure out comfort concerns naturally, HVAC didn’t come incredibly quickly to him, and he had to work hard to succeed.

Fireball was hired to live and work at Fire & Ice after participating in an open casting call for the official spokesperson for Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning.

While Fireball couldn’t deliver any speaking roles and therefore wholly bungled his lines, he delivered on the acting and the charisma. Since he was a cute fire-breathing dragon certified in HVAC, we decided to give him the job anyway and let him live at Fire & Ice.

Similarly to Fire & Ice, Fireball truly believes in helping others by honestly providing accurate information and showing respect and integrity to everyone he meets, making him an excellent resource for customers and a friend to others.

Here are some facts you should know about Fireball;

Fireball Fast Facts:

  • Fireball’s birthday is April 16, 2004
  • Fireball’s favorite snacks are Hot Cheetos and Taki’s
  • His favorite places in Columbus are Huntington Park, where his friends Krash, and Lou Seal live, and Ohio Stadium, sometimes known as "The Shoe," home of the Ohio State Buckeyes, where he visits his friend Brutus, the Buckeyes’ mascot.
  • His favorite colors are blue and red
  • He is vegetarian
  • To check out the adventures of Fireball and his mascot friends, visit the Fire and Ice Instagram page

Follow and Request Fireball

Fireball is very fun-loving, social, and loves making new friends. He constantly shows up at events around the Columbus, Ohio, area. To check and see where Fireball will be next, visit the Fire & Ice Instagram and Facebook pages.

To request Fireball for your company’s or organization’s event, please fill out the form here, and we will contact you with a request for further information.

Fireball’s Next Steps to Improve Your HVAC Knowledge and Comfort

Fireball would like to welcome everyone to visit the learning center to master HVAC knowledge, learn more about your heating and cooling system, or research an issue you are having.

If you have any additional questions that cannot be answered through the learning center, feel free to give Fire & Ice a call.

If you live in the Columbus, Ohio, area and want to make a change in your home comfort, check to see if you are in our service area by using the zip code map below.

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