He owns Elmer’s One Hour Air and On Time Elmer Swimming Pool Co. He shares a name with Fudd and a brand of glue. And he has a passion about the color pink. But who is Elmer? We wanted to take a minute to introduce you to the bossman, Elmer Zubiate, and explain what’s behind our mission here at Elmer’s One Hour Air. Elmer grew up in Odessa, out in west Texas, and moved to San Antonio in 1995. But he’s been working in air conditioning since 1990. In fact, he started while he was still in high school. For 14 years now, Elmer has owned his own companies to help keep homeowners cool in the south Texas heat. One thing Elmer’s companies are known for is their use of pink trucks. It’s not a marketing ploy. The pink trucks have a strong meaning for our companies. “My mother passed away of cancer,” Elmer said. “She treated people with integrity and respect. We lost her in 2008. The trucks are painted pink in her honor.” In turn, Elmer and our employees are supporters of Komen San Antonio and the fight against breast cancer. Each year the entire team gets together to hand out water to runners and walkers at the Komen Race for the Cure. We also hold specials throughout the year to raise money for Komen. So if you see an the pink ribbon on an Elmer’s One Hour Air truck or see the pink trucks from On Time Elmer Swimming Pool Co., make sure and wave hello!