Kent, WA, March 24, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Classic Accessories is pleased to announce that it will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newly constructed 230,000 square foot building onsite at 9:00 AM PST on March 29th, 2018.
Founded in 1983, Classic Accessories is one of the nation’s largest manufacturers of protective covers for vehicles and outdoor furniture and grills. The new location marks the fourth time in its history that expansion has required a move to a larger facility. A key factor in the company’s longevity and continuous growth has been their focus on prioritizing an excellent customer experience. “Not only is our new building about the company and our employees, but most importantly it’s about better serving our customers. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the launch of a new era for Classic Accessories,” says CEO Brian Bozlinski.
Recently appointed Mayor Dana Ralph of Kent, WA is scheduled to be on hand to offer a few remarks regarding Classic Accessories and to assist in the ribbon-cutting.
“We were excited to have built this project for Classic Accessories, and put up a new long-term home for the company and all of its employees,” said William Lu, Senior Vice President of Development at CenterPoint Properties who will also be a part of the ceremony. Along with Poe Construction, special guests will also include teams from NAI Puget Sound Properties, Craft Architects and the Classic Accessories vendors that are coming as far away as China who will be invited to tour the building after the ribbon-cutting.
The new location runs adjacent to highway 67 and is a prime location for their warehouse needs. With over 30 dock doors, more than 35 trailer positions and an office footprint large enough for 80+ Kent employees, there is plenty of room for growth.
The official move in date was in February and the company couldn’t be more excited for the grand opening. Classic Accessories has become an important part of the business community in Kent, WA with quarterly outreach programs in the city that include blood drives, school supplies, park clean-up and food bank work. Bozlinski explained that when the company was searching for their new location, staying in Kent was a major factor in their decision-making process. He noted, “We’ve been here for so long; we wanted to stay within the community because it’s been so good for us.” As far as the new building goes, Bozlinski ends with, “Our new building is as much for the future growth of our employees as it is for the future growth of our company.” For more information about Classic Accessories, visit classicaccessories.com or follow Classic Accessories on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
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