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N E W S  R E L E A S E

 

May 17, 2013

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Contact:

 

Russell Seymour, Director, Economic Development

757-253-6607; russell.seymour@jamescitycountyva.gov

 

Creative Cabinet Works celebrates groundbreaking in JCC

 

creative cabinetsJames City County (JCC) is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of Creative Cabinet Works in Jacobs Industrial Park in Toano. Creative Cabinet Works will construct a 17,000 square foot facility to house a new showroom and cabinetry fabrication operations. Creative Cabinet Works has been a locally-owned family business for almost a decade and currently has a showroom located at 7191-A Richmond Rd.

 

Creative Cabinet Works' number one priority is designing and building the highest quality custom cabinetry. Their employees have extensive experience in custom kitchen and bathroom cabinets, closet systems, built-in bookcases, fireplace surrounds and other custom residential projects. They also work on unique projects in the restaurant, medical and office environments as well as assisted living and retirement facilities.

 

Creative Cabinet Works places great value in the relationships that they have built with the local community of homeowners and contractors. They believe this significant investment will enable them to continue to provide the highest level of quality custom cabinets to their clients in a more effective and efficient way.

 

Board of Supervisor Chairman, John McGlennon stated, “We are pleased to have Creative Cabinet Works grow in James City County especially since they produce a quality, environmentally friendly product.”

 

Creative Cabinet Works currently employs 10 full-time individuals and is excited about the growth potential at their new comprehensive location in JCC. The estimated capital investments will be approximately $1 million.

 

For more information about Creative Cabinet Works, please visit cabinetworksva.com.

 

Pictured from L to R: John McGlennon, JCC Board of Supervisors; Sylvia Hazelwood, Old Point National Bank; Doug Hogue, Creative Cabinet Works; Terrah Hogue, Creative Cabinet Works; Jay Taylor, Creative Cabinet Works; Mike Wiscott, Creative Cabinet Works; Ron Holland, Pastor; Sarah Finney, Creative Cabinet Works

 

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