Marvin Wins Telly Awards

Marvin Windows and Doors has won two Telly Awards, recognizing the nation’s best in regional television advertising and programming, film and video production, and online content.

Marvin won bronze Telly Awards for two installments in its “Life Remodeled” online video series. “St. Mary’s” tells the story of a 100-year-old church in Potsdam, N.Y., that needed to renovate its magnificent, historic stained-glass windows. St. Mary’s called on the technical expertise and craftsmanship of Marvin to precisely fabricate and fit new mahogany frames that would allow the towering windows to live on for another 100 years.

Garden Home” showcases the personal residence of noted garden home designer P. Allen Smith, on the Arkansas River outside Little Rock, Ark. In the video, Smith discusses the interplay between man and nature, and offers ideas on how to make a home reflect its natural surroundings while maintaining modern performance and efficiency. FORT Group of Ridgefield Park, N.J., produced the Telly-winning videos.

“As consumers increasingly use the Internet for research and inspiration on their home projects, we’ve made it our mission to create engaging and informative content,” said Marvin spokesman John Kirchner. “We’re proud that our efforts have been recognized with two prestigious Telly Awards.”

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Griselda 7/19/2014 3:37:17 AM
that a letter from my dotcor(psychiatrist) is required stating the need to have her for travel. yet recently after speaking with an individual who trains psychiatric service dogs, that it is against the H I P A laws to have to present such a letter to an airline or hotel, which has to actually disclose my disability , since someone behind me in line may overhear the discussion taking place and then i am targeted as a psycho , with no one actually knowing in detail, the exact extent of my disability and the need for such an emotional support animal to travel with me as my companion. what is the law? and how do i go about to have the continuance to travel with my maltese? who do i contact to find out what the law is. i recently traveled with my companion, stayed at a hotel. making the reservations over the telephone, telling the reservationist about my having an emotional support animal. upon check in no questions were asked if i had a pet ,as they called her, and i the registration form was signed as aked(without reading anything) upon my checking out the next day , i was approached by one of the employees titled as a system expert and was told that i had to pay $200.00 because i broke the law to their pet policy. under my signature it stated anyone CAUGHT smoking or having a Pet in a non smoking room is obligated to pay $200.00, since pets are not allowed in their non smoking rooms. well upon arrival and registration, after having made the reservation by phone, i did not mention again about my maltese being with me, since this was already spoken about, my husband signed the registration form as asked,to sign here, here and here, did not read the statement, or maybe just ignored, about any fine, of having our maltese(since under the law i believe she is not considered as a pet ) and all was confirmed prior to our arrival. i told this system expert that she was an emotional support animal, .he asked for documentation, which i did not have(since i was told a letter is not longer required. plus when i made the reservation i was not told to bring documentation) he made quite a scene and i ended up leaving with the knowledge that he would be charging my credit card $200.00 , since we signed the registration that specifically stated their policy about having to pay $200.00 if anyone was found guilty to have to sneak a pet into a non smoking room. i totally understand , however, we did not sneak her in. the person who made the reservation offered me a non smoking room, yet she did not take note in our telephone reservation about my maltese. this totally upset me. i really need to find out what is the law regarding emotional support animals, at hotels, airlines, public places where dogs are not allowed. there is some maybe misunderstanding, on my part about the law and since i travel alot, on airlines and stay at hotels, this type of confrontation only makes my condition worse.please help. thanks and God bless.

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