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March 27, 2013

Area Mom and Pops at a Glance

Corsicana —

Scrappin Good Time

Owner: Susie Ellis

How long owned: November 2001

Scrappin Good Time is one of two Scrapbooking Store and Retreats in the United States. It offers everything you need for scrapbooking, card making, school projects and other paper crafts.

The facility is available to scrapbookers, quilters, stampers, card players and other ladies groups who just want a place to get away and relax. It has plenty of room to spread out your materials and get to work. The retreat, which is also located in the store, has five large rooms to choose from, as well as two full bathrooms. A free continental breakfast is available as well.

Visit Scrappin Good Time and “shop, crop and drop” all in one spot.

200 N. 15th St.

Corsicana, TX 75110

(903) 641-0855

www.scrappingoodtime.com

Blades Auto & Diesel Repair

Owners: Bobby and Merideth Blades

How long owned: Created February 2013

How many employees: 3

Blades Auto & Diesel Repair is a family operated business eager to please any customers that come through.

Blades offers free quotes and diagnostics, cheap labor rates and parts at a decent price.

Blades Auto & Diesel Repair we will work on anything you bring in and commit to doing business in a timely manner.

1900B S. Business 45

Corsicana, TX 75110

(903)872-7677

bladesautorepair@yahoo.com

www.bladesautorepair.com



Custom T’s & Sporting Goods Inc.

Owners: Tyson and Misty Chandler

How long owned: 16 years by family doing screen printing

How many employees: 10

1712 W. 2nd Ave

(903) 874-7626

www.customt-s.com

Jordan Paint

& Body

Owner: David Perry

How long owned: 30 years

How many employees: 11

Jordan Paint & Body is celebrating its 30th year in business this year. It prides itself in offering the best customer service possible. Jordan’s accepts all insurance claims and is a direct repair shop for most insurance companies. It offers a lifetime warranty on repairs and refinishing. In addition to service, Jordan’s also offers towing and rental cars for your convenience.

Jordan’s staff has 190 combined years of experience. The facility is PPG certified with ASE and I-Car Platinum certified professionals who have access to the most up-to-date technology, and have been extensively trained.

Jordan’s is well equipped to handle a large scale of repairs. It has three frame measuring machines, a Shark Measuring System, three paint booths (two of which are heated) and a PPG paint mixing system for superior paint matching abilities using modern computerized technology. Jordan is shooting Waterborne Paint, which is the latest in automotive paint technology. The Waterborne Paint is environmentally friendly, and is the same paint line currently being used by the automobile manufacturers.

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