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Carolina Closets welcomes new designer now residing in Columbus

Published 9:10am Monday, June 24, 2013

Dave Walker, regional manager of Carolina Closets welcomes a new local designer to their team. Doug Lemons, a transplant from Wisconsin, now living in Columbus, will be working with home owners in Polk, Rutherford and Spartanburg counties. Working from his home, Lemons will be providing storage options for closets, pantries, garages, laundry rooms and any other areas needing to be organized.

“I love working for this company that is focused on the needs of people who want to make their home more livable, attractive and efficient,” said Lemons.

“I also like the fact that our product is American-made with American-manufactured material,” he said.

Carolina Closets is a family-owned company with a main office and factory in Anderson, S.C. and a show room at the Airport Design Center in Fletcher, N.C.

- article submitted by Dave Walker

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