Joint Ribbon Cutting / Business After Hours at Lightning Restoration
Last night was our first Chamber Business After Hours post-pandemic and we are so grateful to those of you who attended this outdoor grill and beer fest on a beautiful evening. In addition to remarks by Chamber President Ed Kearney and Lakeville Chamber President Krista Jech, our new MAYOR CLINT HOOPPAW welcomed their reinvestment into Apple Valley by transforming an old building into a new concept. They actually built a building-within-a-building to showcase year-round to customers what their roofing, siding, window and doors would actually look like on their home. Keep them in mind for your remodel, storm restoration (or hail damage quote free), windows, siding, gutters or any restoration.
We began with a JOINT RIBBON CUTTING with LAKEVILLE CHAMBER as Lightning Restoration is a major sponsor of both Apple Valley and Lakeville Home & Garden shows as well as they were one of our premiere Golf Platinum Sponsors at both our September Golf Classic and our just completed Chamber “Tee’d Off” Golf Tournament” last month.
Everyone took an impressive tour of the facility. Owned by GRAHAM DEIMAN, he has just put in 1/3 million dollars into the reconstruction of what used to be 3 full racquetball courts over 20 years ago and one court was a huge freezer room for pizzas for a former High School fundraising company located there. The building itself is owned by Keith Spurbeck whom many of us remember from when he worked at Merchant’s Bank and later ran Citizen’s Bank in Lakeville.
Thank you Graham for a wonderful evening and for being so active in our community.