NAZARETH, Pa. - Kitchen Magic, the Northeast's largest kitchen cabinet refacing and remodeling company was a co-sponsor of the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Committee's business luncheon on May 15, 2012.
The LVEDC luncheon was held at the Bethlehem Hotel in Bethlehem, PA, in celebration of the Lehigh Valley's enthusiasm toward corporate expansion and economic growth. The LVEDC event gathered about 290 people, and featured speeches from Governor Tom Corbett and Chris Martin IV, the chairman & CEO of Martin Guitar. While Governor Corbett focused on the economic future for businesses in the Lehigh Valley area and the state of Pennsylvania, Chris Martin Guitar reminisced about the first and third generations of his company.
"Kitchen Magic is very grateful for the help we received from the LVEDC in moving back into the Lehigh Valley," commented Brett Bacho, President of Kitchen Magic. "We were happy to show our support by co-sponsoring this luncheon. It was a great event," he added.
The event was held in honor of both the 50th anniversary of Lehigh Economic Advancement Project, Inc. and Northampton County Economic New Jobs Corporation. The two groups, now part of the LVEDC team, began in the 1960s and have been focused on attracting economic development to the area. They were credited for starting efforts to diversify the region's economy well before the LVEDC was founded in 1995.
The mission to empower the economic standing of the Lehigh Valley through support of business and entrepreneurship has continued since the projects were set in motion.
Kitchen Magic was founded in Allentown Pennsylvania in 1979 by Jost and Reine Fleck.
Kitchen Magic has spread its services to reach beyond the Lehigh Valley and now serves seven Northeastern states: NJ, PA, NY, CT, MA, NH, DE & RI. After several years headquartered in New Jersey, in May of 2010 Kitchen Magic returned to its roots in the Lehigh Valley when they moved into their new factory and headquarters in Nazareth, PA.
A leader in kitchen remodeling, Kitchen Magic offers custom refacing, handcrafted cabinetry and luxury countertops. Today Kitchen Magic continues to be family owned and operated, now in the second generation. The 'Kitchen Magic family' is comprised of over two hundred employees.
For further information, visit www.kitchenmagic.com or call 1-800-237-0799.
Source: Kitchen Magic
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