By Paula Morris
The Graham-Kapowsin Community Council is a non-profit, community service organization, and as such does not usually endorse individual businesses.
But there’s always an exception.
Though the GKCC wishes success to all the small businesses in the Graham area, the new Graham Auto Repair at 22217 Meridian Ave E holds a special place.
Co-owners Troy and Kori Vaninetti have provided invaluable help and support to the GKCC over the years, and are considered friends.
The business broke ground in February, with the official Grand Opening held August 1st.
But what’s a Grand Opening without a ribbon-cutting ceremony?
So, members of the Board of the GKCC, along with several members of the 723 Networking Group, brought ribbon and scissors and officially welcomed Troy and Kori to their new location in Graham.
Just to be fair, after the event refreshments were provided by Starbucks – coffee and donuts – and served in the beautifully decorated (by Calla Lily Designs) waiting room.
Be sure to stop by and visit this huge, full-service auto repair shop located just behind the Rite-Aid off of 224th St.
Welcome and congratulations Troy and Kori.
Graham Auto Repair, new Owners Troy and Kori Vaninetti
there is also great clips and goodwill and karate and dollar tree ect.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 7:51 PM, The Mountain News – WA wrote:
> brucesmith49 posted: “By Paula Morris The Graham-Kapowsin Community > Council is a non-profit, community service organization, and as such does > not usually endorse individual businesses. But there’s always an exception. > Though the GKCC wishes success to all the small businesse” >
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