Prestige Auto Polishing & Protection officially opened its doors over the weekend. Located in North Alpharetta, the detailing studio focuses on getting your car looking tip-top, and keeping it that way with detailing packages, paint correction, ceramic coatings, and XPEL paint protection films.
The grand opening included door prizes, barbecue, and fireworks. Senator Michael Williams came to help with the ribbon cutting ceremony. “My passion has always been with small business and the ingenuity and hard work that comes along with that” said Williams, “I know you’re gonna do well, and it’s a pleasure for me to be here and support you”.
Other special guests included Kelly and Vance Meholic from the Alpharetta Symphony Orchestra who provided live music for the barbecue, Patrick Faulkner with Garage Force, and Atlanta Highway Indian Motorcycle. Renasant Bank provided a huge door prize basket. To top off the celebration, Prestige held a 50/50 raffle raising money for Bert’s Big Adventure.
“We’re super-excited to be open!” said owner Chris Luman. “It’s been a lot of hard work, but I’ve had a lot of support from my family, friends, and the whole community.” Williams agreed, saying “a young 22 year old, starting his own business, I thought ‘man this is it, this is the guy that we need to support and make sure he gets off on the right foot.’”
Prestige is open for both in-house and mobile services Monday-Saturday. For information, visit their website at www.prestigeautopolishing.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.