Press Release: Built on Experience


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Press Release: Built on Experience

  1. 1. Local Business Owners Build Strong Communities <a href=””> Wainscot Solutions, Inc</a> serving Fairfield County and the newly renovated <a href=>Bissell House</a> restaurant in the heart of Ridgefield, CT are partnering this Memorial Day weekend to enrich the community of Ridgefield. Locally owned businesses build strong communities by sustaining vibrant town centers, linking neighbors in a web of economic and social relationships, and contributing to local causes. Everyone benefits from a strong and solid local economy. Local communities are intentionally seeking out the services and products of locally owned businesses this year. “The economic slump has created partnerships like we’ve never seen before,” says Michael Yedowitz owner of Wainscot Solutions “If you give all you’ve got and keep your quality and integrity above par the community takes notice and will support you till the end.” For homeowners or contractors looking to enhance home or business remodeling projects Wainscot Solutions is the source for traditionally milled <a href=”http://”> wainscoting panels </a> and molding. Michael’s vision of Wainscot Solutions, when it was first incepted in 2005, was not only to create a viable niche product that outweighs building wainscoting on site but to contribute stability to the local economy throughout Connecticut. “One thing I want people to know is that we employ local people that live in our town, right around us and that is on purpose. I wanted to have the company really be a contribution to our society, not just a way to make money. It was about hiring people with families who are taxpayers and contribute to our town. That’s a big thing for us” says Michael. Wainscot Solutions has done some notable jobs in very large homes, but they want to cater to every body, they don’t want to be a company that the average person can’t approach. Their unique product delivers superior quality with quick turnaround, at affordable rates. In the heart of Ridgefield under the shady trees on Main St. lies a familiar treasure. Owned by Roy Reeves, The Bissell House replicated the landmark 1890’s Victorian structure that burned to the ground in 2005. The restaurant immediately became a town favorite. It’s casual yet upscale environment, innovative menu and outdoor dining bring a European flare to Ridgefield’s busy main drag. Roy also gives back to his community by offering complimentary entrees and other items during holidays and special promotional events for Ridgefield community sports teams.
  2. 2. Dollars spent with local businesses create that multiplier effect in the local economy that by most findings typically amounts to three times that of a national business. Compared to chain stores, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger share of their revenue back into the local economy, enriching the whole community. Wainscot Solutions and The Bissell House wants you to know who your local businesses are and what they have to offer. Connecticut residents can visit the Bissell House the week of May 31 st to June 4 th to receive a complimentary glass of wine or appetizer. Wainscoting panels traditionally milled by Wainscot Solutions adorn the walls of the Bissell house. Take a break from your busy schedule and take in the quality and precision that Wainscot Solutions adheres to on a daily basis and enjoy 20-40% savings May 28 th through June 4 th at .