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Monday July 6th, 2015 3:07AM

Prime Retail completes re-branding project in British Columbia

By Staff
FLOWERY BRANCH - Prime Retail Canada, a division of Flowery Branch-based Prime Retail Services, Inc., just completed a multi-store re-branding and remodeling project in the Surrey and Richmond, British Columbia areas. <br /> <br /> The stores were completed simultaneously over a 10-day period. <br /> <br /> "Bob Windham managed the phasing schedule while coordinating the multiple trades needed" says Prime President and CEO Donald Bloom, "It was rewarding to see the management teams of Canada and the U.S. perform well within this active retail environment."<br /> <br /> Construction in the project included destruction and construction of walls and doorways, electrical installation, and painting. Fixture installation required the removal of old fixtures and installation of new fixtures to meet retailer's specifications. Rebranding included the removal of old graphics and signage and installation of new interior and exterior graphics and signage. <br /> <br /> For more information about Prime Retail Services, visit www.primeretailservices.com and www.primeretail.ca.
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