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What is Bryant Community Heroes?

Honoring Local Heroes throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and Upper Michigan

The program began in 2015 as a way to honor local Heroes who make a difference in their community. Over the last four years, we’ve recognized over 100 individuals who go above and beyond to make a positive impact throughout the Bryant Midwest territory. Each winner receives a FREE Bryant High-Efficiency Gas Furnace installed by their local Bryant dealer.

Who is Eligible to Win?
A Bryant Community Hero could be your neighbor, your colleague, your friend or someone that you see is making a positive impact. Community Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, and not all Heroes wear a cape or even a uniform. We accept nominations for all types of Heroes! Do you know someone who makes a difference in your community? Your Hero can only be selected after being nominated by someone like you, so we encourage you to nominate an individual who you feel is deserving.

The 2019 Nomination Period Ended on 

November 8, 2019 @ 5pm CT

Selecting the 2019 Winners

Now the hard part begins! Dealers are busy forming their selection panels and going through nominations to select a deserving winner for their area. Winners will be notified in late November/early December by their local Bryant dealer. Check back in late December when we announce the list of winners!

BRYANT HAS HONORED MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE
OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS WHO DO

"Chris is a true community hero. He is the assistant fire chief of the Maple Plain fire dept (which is a volunteer fire dept) . He devotes his life and pretty much almost all his extra time to the fire dept and the community. He puts peoples lives and safety in front of his main job and his family. He is the nicest, most caring person I have ever met. A very well respected person in our community and the true definition of a hero.”

-Nominated by Mike W,

Maple Plain, Minnesota

"Bradley is a United States Marine Corps veteran (having served overseas in 2007 during Operation Iraqi Freedom), is currently working as a Flight Medic for Flight For Life, and a volunteer fireman. He gives everything, and takes nothing. He is deserving of so much in life, but would rather give his time to help others, than take time for himself."

-Nominated by Alexa G,

Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

"Sarah is the President of GiGi's Playhouse Milwaukee.  GiGi's is a Down syndrome achievement center where we offer free educational, therapeutic and social programs to individuals with Down syndrome.  The President position is a volunteer position and requires many many hours of time dealing with all aspects of running this non-profit. A true community hero!"

-Nominated by Chris V,

Fox Point, Wisconsin