Newberry lies just beyond the Jonesville city lines, where most of its residents depend on the reliable air conditioning services provided by yours truly: Bertie Heating and Air Conditioning. It originally developed as a mining town, but turned its focus to agriculture and was particularly successful at producing watermelons. The Watermelon Festival, first held in 1946, continues to be an annual event. The city is also mentioned in a few noteworthy pop cultural influences including Muddy Waters’ song “Deep Down in Florida,” and also makes an appearance in the novel, Once A Runner, written by John L. Parker, Jr. Finally, the Dudley family farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places tracing the evolution of Florida farming from the 1850s to the mid-1940s-through three generations of the Dudley family. Due to its nearby location to Bertie Heating and Air Conditioning, customers avoid a wide array of air conditioning malfunctions. Newberry residents can expect their air conditioners to function at top capacity while extending the equipment life.
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