With a welcomed break in the rain Thursday night, our Hancock Lumber team happily welcomed an enthusiastic crowd of community members to join in officially cutting the ribbon on the new kitchen design showroom at 18 Yarmouth Crossing Drive! A wonderful opportunity to connect, members from the local chamber of commerce, community friends and neighbors, and fellow employees, gathered to tour the new space while mixing and mingling.
To be able to reinvest in this community with our new design space is special for us. Having such a welcoming response and genuine excitement for our space here in town has really made this expansion feel like a success out of the gate. Harland Storey, Yarmouth’s General Manager, formally introduce the veteran design team of Angella Spugnardi, Lisa Clement, and Steve Pratt, as well as our showroom coordinator, Laura Parks.
Hancock Lumber has been in the Yarmouth community since the company purchased Lumber and Supply from Lee Adams in 1984. A pillar on iconic Main Street with our lumberyard and hardware store—and now Kitchen Design Showroom—we are so thrilled to be expanding in the Yarmouth community and serving the builders and homeowners here in town. Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us!
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Tags: 18 Yarmouth Crossing Drive, Angella Spugnardi, Economic Development, Hancock Lumber, Hancock reinvesting, Harland Storey, Kitchen Design Showroom, Laura Parks, Lisa Clement, Reinvesting in the Community, Ribbon Cutting, Steve Pratt, Yarmouth
This post was written by Kourtney McLean