Tampa, Fla. – (December 8, 2015) – Innovation Cabinetry of Tampa, Fla. is celebrating its tenth year in business by introducing a new initiative called Give Back Ten, a program dedicated to giving back to the community. The wholesale distributor and manufacturer of solid wood cabinets located at 7030 Anderson Road in Tampa is celebrating this achievement by gifting 10 complete kitchens to various individuals and charitable organizations over the next year. Don Jones, VP of Sales for Innovation Cabinetry, says the Give Back Ten program will reach out to any organization in the area that provides housing assistance to the community or individuals in need. The company is encouraging organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Homes for Veterans, Metropolitan Ministries, Kimberly Home Pregnancy Resource Center, and other nonprofits to participate.
“We are very fortunate to be in business for ten years. Our company motto is ‘life happens in our kitchens,’ so in honor of a decade of operation, we want to help a deserving individual, family or community to experience that joy in their own home,” says Jones.
Organizations can apply or nominate someone for the Give Back Ten program by submitting a write up of why the nominee needs or deserves a brand new kitchen and how it can better them or their community. Submissions should be emailed to Don Jones directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration by December 31, 2016. The 10 selected awardees will be notified directly and awarded on a first come, first served basis.
Innovation Cabinetry first opened its doors in 2005 with just a small team of two employees, a father and son duo committed to offering local Florida residents luxury kitchen and bath options at a fair price. Their aim was to match top of the line products with excellent service. In the past 10 years, the company has not only grown in size but expanded its business from a primarily residential focus to becoming the largest cabinet wholesaler in the Tampa Bay area. In the fall of 2012, Innovation Cabinetry moved from their Clearwater base to their current Tampa headquarters to be more centrally located for clients.
President John Huang attributes the company’s growth and success due to its unwavering commitment to its clients. “Our customers know we value them because we hold ourselves to a high level of integrity and efficiency. If we make them a promise, they know we will keep it,” he says. “We not only offer quality products but back it up with excellent service.”
After serving and operating in the Tampa area for over a decade, Innovation Cabinetry considers Tampa Bay its home, and the company has frequently partnered with local non-profits to show its support and appreciation for the community. One such organization for the past six years is Habitat for Humanity. Innovation Cabinetry is also collaborating with the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and a local contractor, King Contracting, to provide a special kitchen renovation for a Bay area veteran. Huang sees these philanthropic efforts in line with the new Give Back Ten program.
“We know that there are people in need and that there are organizations already working towards helping them. We want to support their efforts,” he says. “Whether they are veterans returning home, a homeless shelter that needs an improved kitchen space, or a single parent carrying multiple jobs who desperately needs an inviting kitchen to enjoy with the kids, we want to partner with these organizations to help improve those lives.”
The company has also garnered some national attention, catching the eye of producers for the Lifetime television program Office Spaces (officespaces.tv) which asked Innovation Cabinetry to become a featured cabinetry provider for the show. Jones says the company will also be featured in two other Lifetime shows: Designing Spaces and Balancing Act, where Innovation Cabinetry’s kitchens have been installed.
Huang says Innovation Cabinetry will host a community event next spring to formally celebrate the company’s 10-year milestone but right now, the focus is on giving back through this new promotion and inspiring others to do the same. “We want to be a role model for other small businesses,” says Huang. “Our Give Back Ten program is also a call to action for them to get more involved in their community.”
Don Jones, Vice President of Sales, 727-535-7667,
About Innovation Cabinetry
Since its launch in 2005, Innovation Cabinetry has become one of the nation’s rising stars of ready-to-assemble, trademarked and U.S.-certified cabinetry. The manufacturing and wholesale distributing company started as a family-owned enterprise operating out of a single Clearwater location to grow into its Tampa Bay corporate headquarters and celebrate 10 years using a direct business model appealing to the general retail public as well as wholesale clients. Innovation Cabinetry is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Its assembled cabinetry line meets all ANSI/KCMA A161.1-2000 standardized tests and is certified by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA). For more information about Innovation Cabinetry, go to innovationcabinetry.com.