Scholar Painting, LLC to Expand Business Model
Business Places Emphasis on Awareness of Customer Satisfaction
Seymour, CT -The current economic climate is not preventing Connecticut-based Scholar Painting from expanding their business model. Their goal for this year is to let people know that they provide much more than house painting services.
"With this new expansion," says Sam Kaplowitz, Manager of Sales and Marketing, "we hope to build on the fact that we are more versatile than other painting contractors. We continue to strive for customer satisfaction and we understand the importance of the value of our clients' homes. We will now be able to address other concerns and hopes of our customers and their communities."
Scholar Painting, which began as a student-staffed painting company three years ago, has already experienced its fair share of growth. Since being officially licensed in March 2008, Scholar Painting has become both a member of the Better Business Bureau and the Greater Naugatuck Valley Chamber of Commerce.
"Our involvement with the customer goes beyond painting their home,"
says Kaplowitz. "We express our interests in the community as well."
Public relations projects include sponsoring local sports teams,
seasonal and holiday discounts, food drives, and park cleanups, done in
cooperation with JunkLuggers, a fellow Fairfield-based trash removal
Scholar Painting aims for a rewarding and gratifying experience for every customer with hopes that their increasing community profile will result in even greater customer satisfaction. To learn more of Scholar Painting's growing involvement, contact them toll free at 1-877-44SCHOLAR or visit Scholar Painting online at www.scholarpainting.com.
Sam Kaplowtiz, Manager of Sales and Marketing
Scholar Painting, LLC