Prime Restoration Featured by Memphis Chamber

A full service commercial and industrial abrasive blasting, surface preparation, painting and powder coating firm is expanding.
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The Greater Memphis Chamber recently featured Cory McCabe and Prime Restoration, which provides customers with high quality powder coating and media blasting services.


A few of the Q&A's in the article:


Why Memphis? Why This Location?

We have lived in the Memphis area our entire lives, and living in a major logistics center with air, railway, water and highway travel, we are able to not only tailor to customers in the Mid-South but also across the country. Memphis' prime hub loation allows us to get customers their products quickly and cost-effectively. Because our facility is located less than two miles from the interstate, it is a prime location for customers both inside and outside the Memphis area.

What Does Your Business Do?

We operate a full service commercial and industrial abrasive blasting, painting and powder coating firm. We use the latest procedures, materials, quality control and testing methods to serve clients in a variety of industries in sectors.

What Makes Your Business Stand Out?

We are one of only a few powder coating companies in the Mid-South and surrounding areas with the capability handle parts up to 25 feet in length and up to 7,200 parts a day. We provide a quick turnaround at an affordable price.



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