Aloha Restoration Partners Up With Dan Bernstein and Tom Thayer

Tom Thayer recently partnered up with mold removal and water removal experts, Aloha Restoration, Co. (which is a division of Aloha Construction, Inc.). Tom Thayer is a former NFL offensive lineman for 1985’s Super Bowl Champion Chicago Bears. Currently he is the color commentator for the Chicago Bears radio broadcasts on Entercom stations WBBM Newsradio 105.9FM and780AM. Aloha Restoration has been the title sponsor for every broadcast since the beginning of the football season.



Additionally, the company also partnered up with Dan Bernstein, who is a radio personality on 670 The Score. The President and Chief Executive Officer of Aloha Restoration, David A. Farbaky commented about the partnerships and declared himself to be the biggest Bears fans in the city. He considers Tom Thayer to be one of his all-time favorite players and also brought up the fact that he was listening to Dan Bernstein ever since he was a teenager. Farbaky expressed excitement over partnering with two of his favorite radio hosts, and that he considers it an honor for himself and for those who wear the Aloha uniform. Tom Thayer noted that as a result of entering the cold season, Aloha Restoration should be the first through that comes to mind, if winter creates the need.



Aloha Construction is a family-owned operation that provides services for all of Southern Wisconsin and Illinois. They offer their services to McHenry, Cook, Lake, and DuPage counties using their Lake Zurich Location, and also provide services in the Peoria, McClean, Tazewell, Washington, and Champaign Counties via their office in Bloomington.



With their new Aloha Restoration division, the company now offers interior restoration and home remodeling services, specifically servicing the Lake County area. The company offers mold removal, fire damage restoration, water removal, and more. The addition of the new division is one step towards achieving Aloha’s goal and becoming a one-stop shop for homeowners of the Midwest.


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