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Garcia offers cabinetry, maintenance Print E-mail
Written by Marge Woodfin, Pilot staff writer   
October 24, 2009 05:00 am
Pancho Garcia

Pancho Garcia, well-known around Brookings-Harbor as the former entrepreneurial owner-manager of Pancho’s Ristorante y Cantina, and the coach of the Bruins Varsity soccer team, is embarking on new business venture.

This week Garcia, who has lived and worked in Brookings for more than 20 years, announced the opening of Goldstar Cabinetry and Home Maintenance, offering fine custom-made cabinets at affordable prices.

Garcia will be working in conjunction with a local cabinet maker with more than 20 years experience in designing and building fine cabinets.

“We are a small business with low overhead, operating on an individual basis for each customer, and are able to offer the best price possible for cabinets built to our clients’ specifications,” Garcia said.

He added, “No job is too small and no job is too large. We can provide cabinets for remodels, new homes, or just one small cabinet.”

Garcia insisted that customers will receive special attention regardless of the size of the job.

“I have passed all required tests and am licensed with the Construction Contractors Board, “ Garcia said. He added that he is happy to provide references for any prospective client.

“For additional information, advice, or for a free estimate for any cabinetry assignment, please call 541-412-8751 or 661-5609,” Garcia said.

“Call us and you will be happy that you called,” he added.

 

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