Garages can be the place where everything comes to rest right where you put it. Read some tips on how to organize your garage so things will have a designated place and perhaps you’ll want to park you car in the garage again.
Todd and Elizabeth Warren, owners of Otter Creek Awnings and Vermont Custom Closets, have been selected by REMODELING magazine to join the REMODELING Big50.
The Big50 awards were presented at a gala dinner at the Remodeling Leadership Conference in Washington, DC, on May 7, 2015. The 2015 Big50 winners are featured in the May issue of REMODELING, a national trade publication read by more than 130,000 professional remodeling contractors, with longer profiles of the winners posted on the REMODELING website.
Every year since 1986, Remodeling Magazine has searched for 50 remodelers at the top of their field. Each year the chosen 50 are awarded the honor at a ceremony involving their peers’. Applicants from large and small business all over the United States are considered but only 50 are chosen. This is a select group whose thought-provoking narratives are packed with tips and inspiration that would influence any company to reach for the next level of excellence. At the award ceremony in Washington, DC, Todd and Elizabeth Warren, Owners of Otter Creek Awnings & Sunrooms and Vermont Custom Closets of Williston Vermont were awarded the honor of being one of this year’s top 50 remodeler’s.
The Big50 selection process has become increasingly rigorous in recent years, and the result, REMODELING editors believe, is one of the strongest classes to date. “Uniting the 2015 inductees are high standards and a determination to excel — taking the opportunity to build efficiencies into their systems and processes— ensuring that they are poised to meet their sales, production, and customer-service goals and continue to thrive,” according to REMODELING.
“We are very honored to receive this distinction,” says Todd Warren, Owner of Otter Creek Awnings and Vermont Custom Closets. “The award recognizes excellence and leadership, and we are privileged to be named to this select group of remodelers.”
Click Remodeling Magazine to read the article.
We’re organizing there business. We enjoy working with other businesses and finding the right solution for their needs. Here is a list of businesses that we have helped so far, in 2015.
Bickford Construction Corporation, Williston, VT
Bill Kalanges, Broker, Essex Junction, VT
BlackRock Construction, Colchester, VT
Building Mastery, Milton, VT
Capitol Plaza Hotel Conference Center, Montpelier, VT
Champlain College, Burlington, VT
Choice Physical Therapy, Williston, VT
Courtyard Marriott, Burlington, VT
Godbout Design Build, St George, VT
Gristmill Builders Ltd, Waterbury Center , VT
Hergenrother Construction, Inc., Colchester, VT
Kilbury Construction, Inc., Swanton, VT
Leach Construction of VT, Jericho, VT
Main Street Landing Company, Burlington, VT
Omega Electric Construction Co Inc, Williston, VT
Peregrine Design Build, Inc, South Burlington, VT
Riverbend Builders, St Albans, VT
Robertson Brothers Building, Jericho, VT
S.D. Ireland, South Burlington, VT
Sheppard Custom Homes, Essex Junction, VT
Snyder Homes, Shelburne, VT
Sterling Construction, South Burlington, VT
Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe, VT
W.E. Posey Design/Build, Charlotte, VT
Wake Robin, Shelburne, VT
Local Business Owner Elizabeth Warren Elected to the CPS Board
At the recent Board Meeting of the Cancer Patient Support Foundation (CPS), new Board Member elected, local Williston business owner Elizabeth Warren of Essex Junction.
Elizabeth Warren and her husband Todd own and operate Otter Creek Awnings/Vermont Custom Closets in Williston and have been active in local cancer support nonprofits and events for many years. The company is the title sponsor for The Rally Against Cancer campaign for UVM, an effort to help with Cancer awareness in partnership with UVM sports teams. In that role, Elizabeth and Todd attend the “Pink Games” and set up a table with cancer information. Their companies also sponsored the Cattle Barron’s Ball in 2014, a fundraiser for Hope Lodge. Elizabeth has been involved with Cocktails Curing Cancer and has been in leadership positions for other nonprofits over the last 10 years, chairing her local PTO in Essex with 100 members and 20 plus committees.
Warren was a member of the Essex school board for three years and chaired the Christian Education Committee at her church where she was in leadership roles for many years. In 2013, Elizabeth and Todd’s company won the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Creative Edge award.
Vermont Custom Closets Tradeshow Schedule
Come visit us at the Vermont Home & Garden show. We offer a show specials as a thank you for stopping by.
April 18 & 19 Vermont Home & Garden Show
Essex Expo Center
Sat 9a – 7p, Sun 9a – 4p
Booth #169, 170, 171, 172
Hope to see you at the shows!
We do more than closets!
Office space is not just for the office. We have been designing a lot of in-home office spaces this year. Let us help you get organized and create an productive work space in your home.
Todd & Elizabeth Ann Warren were featured in Business People Magazine’s Celebrating 30th Year – June Issue.
Elizabeth and Todd Warren bought Otter Creek Awnings, Sunrooms and Custom Closets from founder Max Eaton in 2008. Todd is president and Elizabeth, hailed as “The Patio Room Lady,” does sunroom design and sales training in addition to marketing. In 2011, they bought Closet Crafters, a Williston company founded the same year Business People–Vermont was born. Last year, they doubled the showroom size and created two separate business entities: Otter Creek Awnings and Sunrooms and Vermont Custom Closets.
Check out the full article: Business People Vermont
Elizabeth Warren’s interview with Seven Days.
Recently Elizabeth Warren owner of Vermont Custom Closets, was interviewed by Seven Days newspaper. Read about some really great tips for cleaning up your closet.
Read the article here Elizabeth’s Cleaning Tips.
Be sure to visit our showroom for great ideas to organize your home.
Mon – Fri 8am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 3pm