N E W S R E L E A S E
July 10, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Russell Seymour, Director Economic Development, James City County
Peerless Carpet Cleaning & Restoration Services ribbon cutting
James City County (JCC) is pleased to announce the grand opening of Peerless Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Services (Peerless) in the County. In October 2012, Peerless purchased a 5.20 acre property at 1725 Endeavor Drive in James River Commerce Center. The ribbon cutting ceremony and charity auction were held at their new location on Saturday, June 22, 2013. Previously, 1725 Endeavor Dr. was the location of Lawrenceville Brick owned by Redland Brick, Inc.
Peerless previously operated two separate facilities, but combined them into one comprehensive location upon relocating to JCC. Peerless offers a broad range of cleaning and restoration services including carpet cleaning, fire and water restoration, mold remediation, and upholstery cleaning. Peerless is known for their quality work, guaranteeing satisfaction for each client.
The event was held from 11-4 p.m. and featured food, entertainment including activities for children, a tour of their new facility, a raffle and silent auction. All proceeds from the event totaled $4,200 and were donated to Grove Christian Outreach Center since they are neighbors with Peerless in that area of the County. The donation also included a truck of leftover food following the event as well as items from a collected food drive at the event.
Peerless currently employs more than 50 individuals at this location.
For more information about Peerless, please visit www.peerlessva.com.
Caption: In the foreground of picture, Gary Schielte (L), (with scissors), and Erik Benner (with scissors), Dwayne Ward (yellow) with BOS Chair John McGlennon (far right) celebrate the ribbon cutting with staff from Peerless. Schielte is VP for Peerless Carpet Care & Restoration, Benner is Operations Manager for Peerless Restoration, and Ward is VP for Peerless Restoration Services