Kitchen Magic Celebrates '30 Years of Magic'

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1979--The year Jost Fleck placed the first Kitchen Magic ads and the phone first rang, was a time not so different from today (well, except perhaps for leisure suits). It was 1979, the U.S. was in a recession and consumers were tentative about spending. Despite the economy, Mr. Fleck was excited. He saw kitchen cabinet refacing as a great idea for homeowners; an affordable, permanent way for families to have their new kitchen without breaking the bank

1979 -- The year Jost Fleck placed the first Kitchen Magic ads and the phone first rang, was a time not so different from today (well, except perhaps for leisure suits). It was 1979, the U.S. was in a recession and consumers were tentative about spending. Despite the economy, Mr. Fleck was excited. He saw kitchen cabinet refacing as a great idea for homeowners; an affordable, permanent way for families to have their new kitchen without breaking the bank.

As Kitchen Magic celebrates its thirtieth year, the country is again in challenging economic times. Kitchen Magic cabinet refacing, which has grown in popularity each year, is in even stronger demand now. Customers can save about half the cost of all new cabinetry, and the broad selection of current colors and styles make the transformation, from before to after, dramatic and stunning. The company's emphasis has always been one of value, quality product and uncompromising craftsmanship; backed by their trademark "Lifetime of Home Ownership Warranty".

Today, people are spending more time in their kitchen as they 'hunker down', and look to the haven of home for comfort and stability. "The kitchen seems to have become a priority ahead of many projects," said Renate Fleck, Vice President of Marketing. "People are tired of feeling bummed when they walk into their dated kitchen in the morning; a new kitchen makes such a huge difference and becomes a place where you simply look forward to spending time. Also the kitchen starts paying for itself right away -- the more you spend time there and eat at home, the more money you save."

"We work hard at making the whole Kitchen Magic experience pleasant and easy," said Kitchen Magic President, Brett Bacho. He added, "Often customers think a kitchen project has to be paid for at once. Most people can't remember the last time they paid for a new car in one shot. A kitchen is no different. We have great financing programs so all a customer has to do is budget an affordable monthly payment."

Kitchen Magic remains family owned and operated by Brett Bacho, President, along with Jost and Reine Fleck's three daughters Lotte, Cindy and Renate. The company serves the Northeastern Region of PA, NJ, NY, CT, MA, and RI. For more information call (732) 821-2852.

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