SPARTANBURG, SC — CNC Cabinetry, a leading manufacturer and distributor of high-quality cabinetry, celebrated the grand opening of its newest facility in Spartanburg, SC with a customer lunch event. The occasion marked a milestone in the company’s commitment to serving the local community and surrounding states, and fostering meaningful connections with its customers, noted the firm.
The event commenced with a networking session in which guests engaged with the CNC Cabinetry team while exploring the showroom.
Robert Hunter, chief operating officer of CNC Cabinetry, opened the event by expressing appreciation for the opportunity to serve the Spartanburg community. Hunter acknowledged the collaborative effort and support that went into establishing the facility, emphasizing the team’s commitment to ensuring the highest level of craftsmanship, quality and service for its customers.
Following the opening remarks, Christiam Montalvo, operations manager for CNC Cabinetry, provided guests with an tour of the facility. The company then treated guests to a barbecue feast provided by a local food truck. The locally sourced flavors added a touch of community spirit to the event, noted the company.
Later in the day, members of the Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce – Hope Howard, Jay Jenkins, Dwayne Hatchett and Taylor Dement – joined the CNC Cabinetry team for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Jenkins then presented a plaque to owners Nathan Indig and Hershy Fischman, further emphasizing the strong support and collaboration between CNC Cabinetry and local businesses.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the grand opening of our new Spartanburg facility. We could not have asked for a better place to be in.” expressed Nathan Indig, CEO of CNC Cabinetry. “Our mission has always been to make quality kitchen and bath cabinets more accessible to all, and this facility is another stepping stone to accomplishing this goal. We are grateful for the trust and support we have received and look forward to deepening our connection with the community.”