Sounds like team spirit
Home improvement expert Danny Lipford and his University of Alabama–supporting doorbell.
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By NAPS  November 15, 2013 12:00 am

(NAPS)—A fun new way to show support for your school can literally be at your fingertips.

That’s because you can easily install a doorbell that plays your alma mater’s fight song, ex­plains nationally syndicated radio and television host, contractor, and home improvement expert Danny Lipford.

It is a great way to greet classmates and others at reunion time, when the big game is on or at graduation. It’s also a nice note for welcoming your college-age child home for the holidays. 

What It Is

Made of cast metal, the doorbell push buttons are available in high-quality satin nickel or antique brass decorative artisan finishes to match popular door hardware types and are adorned with an official school logo of your choice.

Available schools range from the University of Florida to the University of Washington; Texas A&M University to the University of Connecticut; and the U.S. Military Academy to Purdue University, plus more than 30 others.

How It Works

It’s the only collegiate-licensed doorbell collection with MP3 customization and 128 MBs of memory, and can store up to 40 songs or sounds, offering a variety of notification options for any occasion. You can easily upload MP3 files of your school’s fight song or alma mater, a seasonal song or holiday sound—any of your favorite MP3 music files will work. You can also select from one of eight preloaded tunes, such as the traditional Westminster chime.

Easy To Install

Each NuTone College Pride doorbell comes with both wired and wireless installation capabilities and can be installed within 15 minutes in retrofit or new construction applications, adds Lipford. The manufacturer, NuTone, is an ENERGY STAR partner.

Learn More

For further information, visit www.NuToneCollegePride.com and www.NuTone.com or call (800) 558-1711.

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