Relocated Couple Launches Newest Creative Colors International Franchise in Portland

Eric and Karen Weil

“We felt that there was a definite demand for this type of service and we liked Creative Colors’ business model of being primarily B2B repairs. The technology and proprietary products CCI gives us to do the job are absolutely incredible.” – Karen Weil

Creative Colors International (CCI), the nation’s leading on-site repair and restoration franchise, launched its newest location on September 5, 2017 in Portland, OR. 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 Eric Weil and his wife, Karen Weil. The married couple relocated to the Pacific Northwest from Wisconsin earlier this year. Karen has family ties to the area and the two have relocated to take advantage of the weather and scenic location. The Weils expect to serve the greater Portland metro area with their Creative Colors International (CCI) location, which will include towns such as Sandy and Hood River and locations as far west as Beaverton.

Eric most recently worked as a project manager for a company based in Wisconsin, which included the launch of two divisions in China. He has also held several other operations and productions manager positions in the manufacturing industry throughout his career. Karen has 20 years of service in the high-end catalog commercial printing industry, including several years of customer service. She has also worked in the adhesive industry for nine years.

According to Karen, she’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 felt that there was a definite demand for this type of service and we liked Creative Colors’ business model of being primarily B2B repairs,” said Karen. “The technology and proprietary products CCI gives us to do the job are absolutely incredible.”

“We were looking to make a change in our personal…

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