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Champion Cabinets opens in Belfair

Wayne Champion and Aaron Hughes have announced the opening of their full service cabinet manufacturing company in Belfair.

Champion is the former owner of Champion Upholstery and Carpet Cleaning Corp. and Hughes is a second-generation cabinet maker. The company is owned by Hughes and will be co-managed with Champion. Hughes is manager of operations and manufacturing. Hughes is a long time resident of Belfair, graduated from North Mason High School in 1994 and his family has been in the Belfair area for 30 years.

“Our new cabinet business follows a family tradition of building a quality relationship with our customers,” Champion said in a news release. “We are focused on customer service and producing the highest quality cabinets.”

The company has recently installed a fully automated router table large enough to handle the largest cabinets in a variety of woods, laminates and metals. The new router makes it possible for the company to compete with larger cabinet makers, both for residential and commercial customers, Champion explained.

“We can cut all the materials for virtually any cabinets and either assemble them, or prepare them for shipping anywhere,” Champion said.

The new company has the capability to fabricate and assemble residential and commercial cabinets, solid wood tables, architectural millwork, molding, LED lighting, display cabinets, medical and dental cabinets, work in aluminum, plexiglas, Corian and other fabrication, custom made to order.

Champion can be reached at 360-275-2872 or ChampionCustomCabinets.com.

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