Jacksonville, FL, August 29, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Superior Fence & Rail, a Florida-based manufacturer and installer of high quality fencing products, has been named a Top Minority Owned Business in the Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned category by the Jacksonville Business Journal.
The Journal recognizes that minority-owned businesses generate hundreds of millions in annual revenue and employ thousands of people in the Jacksonville area. Companies on the list represent a mix of industries, from retail to logistics to technology, and all are locally owned and operated by minorities.
For Superior Fence & Rail, Owner Zach Peyton has built his business on using employees rather than subcontractors, which gives them more control over the quality, costs and timeliness of both manufacturing and installation. This provides customers with a wide variety of high-quality fencing options at the best price.
“I’m proud to have served our great country, but as a team we’re gratified to be recognized for serving our local communities,” said Zach Peyton. “We’ve built our business from the ground up by putting our customers first, and our growth across North Florida shows our customers appreciate us as well.”
Minority owned businesses encompass companies owned by ethnic minorities and service disabled veterans. This helps ensure products and services are made, sold or serviced by ethnic minority or military veteran business owners.
About Superior Rail & Fence
Superior Fence & Rail delivers the industry’s best vinyl fencing to a wide market in North Florida. The company, built on first class customer service, avoids subcontracting and hires trained professional to manufacture and install its products. Superior Fence & Rail is rapidly expanding, with nine corporate owned locations and franchising opportunities, including the newest location in Fort Myers.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (904) 683-6349.