Several Johnson Controls customers and distributors were awarded home-theater systems through the manufacturer’s Ultimate Movie Night contest.

Seven regional grand-prize winners were awarded a $5,000 home-theater system. Seven second-prize winners received a $400 Apple iPod video player and seven third-prize winners received a $200 Toshiba portable DVD player.

“The Ultimate Movie Night contest is one way for Johnson Controls to show our appreciation to our customers and distributors,” said Chris Markert, vice president of products for Johnson Controls North America. “The winners can now sit back, relax and enjoy a great movie on us.”

The contest ran from May through August in authorized Johnson Controls distributor locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. With every purchase of a Johnson product, contractors received an entry form for a chance to win one of the top three prizes.

Winners were selected through a random drawing from thousands of entries. A grand prize, second prize and third prize winner was selected in each of seven regions across North America.

The grand-prize winners and recipients of the home theater were: Pat Redmond of Frontier Wolseley HVACR Group in Ajax, Ontario; Bruce Beinke of Crescent Parts & Equipment in Ellisville, Mo.; Edward White Jr. of Aireco Supply Inc. in Richmond, Va.; Sheraz Romani of United Refrigeration in Everett, Wash.; Teddy Behr of Insco Distributing in San Marcos, Texas; Jeff Mathern of Baker Distributing in Macon, Ga. and Kevin Badenell of United Refrigeration in Santa Maria, Calif.

Second-prize winners and recipients of the Apple iPod were: Adrian Lew of Eastern Refrigeration Supply in Toronto; Mike Pasholk of Gustave A. Larson Co. in Wausau, Wis.; William Walsh of United Refrigeration in Rahway, N.J.; Lee Hatcher of Gustave A. Larson in Savage, Minn.; Nathan Abeita of United Refrigeration in Bosque Farms, N.M.; George Blake of Baker Distribution Co. in Liberty, S.C. and David Berg of American Refrigeration Supplies Inc. in Centennial Park, Ariz.

Third prize winners taking the Toshiba portable DVD player were: Mike Warren of Refrigerative Supply Ltd. in North Vancouver, British Columbia; Mark Bang of Gustave A. Larson Co. in Clear Lake, Iowa; Charles Longstreth of United Refrigeration Inc. in Waynesburg, Pa.; Tony Medina of Sid Harvey Industries Inc. in Colorado Springs, Colo.; Adolf Lopez of Insco Distributing Inc. in San Antonio; Gervaise Hylton of Tropic Supply Inc. in Opa Locka, Fla.: and Isaac Thompson of Baker Distributing in Sacramento, Calif.