Career-Focused Couple Launches Newest Creative Colors International Franchise in Atlanta, GA

Jeremy and Heather Wein

We talked to a lot of CCI franchise owners and they also spoke so highly of the family environment and support they have received through the years from the CCI Corporate Team. As new owners coming into the system ourselves, that means so much to us. – Jeremy Wein

Creative Colors International (CCI), the nation’s leading on-site repair and restoration franchise, launched its newest location on August 29, 2017 in the metro Atlanta area. This is big news as more local business owners and cost-conscious residents than ever before are seeking out alternatives to astronomical upholstering charges and replacement fees associated with damaged possessions that are made of leather, vinyl, plastic and fabric.

The newest franchise is owned by Jeremy Wein and his wife, Heather Wein. The married couple purchased two Atlanta-area franchise territories that will ultimately serve Buford, Dacula, Lawrenceville, Duluth, Norcross, Snellville, Conyers, Covington, Stone Mountain, Decatur, Chamblee, Tucker, Dunwoody, and Brookhaven. The Weins opened the first Creative Colors International (CCI) territory in Lawrenceville last month and plan on adding a second location in east Atlanta by the end of 2018.

Jeremy Wein worked 19 years in supply chain and operations for several organizations, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to local entrepreneurial companies. Heather Wein spent 10 years as a Recreation Therapist earlier in her career before working part-time in the fitness industry for the last five years.

According to Jeremy, he’s thrilled to open this Creative Colors International (CCI) location because the company’s revolutionary products and restoration techniques will help local customers save up to 90% in replacement fees by repairing worn and/or damaged materials.

“We believe it is an industry that is fairly recession-proof,” said Jeremy. “The market is there for repairing damaged items, and during economically challenging times, people are more likely to have items restored rather than replaced.”

“We also love the diversity of Creative Colors services,” Jeremy added. “We don’t just repair automobile interiors, but items in residential, commercial and medical buildings,…

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