Porter Paints

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Porter Paints
Porter Paints is listed in the Hardware Stores category in Lafayette, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Porter Paints which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Porter Paints on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

Porter Paints offers Hardware Stores services in Lafayette IN.

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Porter Paints has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Porter Paints has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lafayette, Indiana is 41 and in the Hardware Stores category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore

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Every day is a terrific day for hockey! And to brighten your home with the Official Paint of the #NHL from the friendly folks at your local PPG Paints store. Watch the video and get your home improvement game on! http://ow.ly/T1fH30bT2eZ

Two PPG customer shops—Karl Malone’s Body and Paint of Draper, Utah, and Puente Hills Auto Body of the City of Industry, California—have earned the 2016 Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year Triple Crown Award. The annual award recognizes the three top-performing Toyota certified collision centers in the country. Karl Malone’s Body and Paint has been a PPG customer since it opened in 2013. The facility has 25 employees with two painters certified to spray ENVIROBASE® High Performance waterborne products. This is the shop’s first National Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year Triple Crown Award. Puente Hills Auto Body, a part of Puente Hills Toyota, has been a PPG customer since owner Frederick Hitchcock opened it in 1978. It converted to using the Envirobase High Performance waterborne system by PPG in 2007. This is the first time the shop has won the award, although it has finished in the top 10 every year since 2006.

Two PPG customer shops—Karl Malone’s Body and Paint of Draper, Utah, and Puente Hills Auto Body of the City of Industry, California—have earned the 2016 Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year Triple Crown Award. The annual award recognizes the three top-performing Toyota certified collision centers in the country. Karl Malone’s Body and Paint has been a PPG customer since it opened in 2013. The facility has 25 employees with two painters certified to spray ENVIROBASE® High Performance waterborne products. This is the shop’s first National Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year Triple Crown Award. Puente Hills Auto Body, a part of Puente Hills Toyota, has been a PPG customer since owner Frederick Hitchcock opened it in 1978. It converted to using the Envirobase High Performance waterborne system by PPG in 2007. This is the first time the shop has won the award, although it has finished in the top 10 every year since 2006.

Check out this NHL + PPG behind the scenes photo with Phil Pritchard, the keeper of the Stanley Cup and watch the third round of the playoffs.

Family, friends and Corvette enthusiasts gathered April 29 at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, for the unveiling of a special fully restored bright red 1984 Corvette. The car belonged to Burke Rhoads, a Nicholasville, Kentucky, police officer who was killed in a 2015 car accident while on duty. Rhoads had been restoring the Corvette and had promised his daughter, Jacquelyn, that she could drive it to her prom when she turned 16 years old. Rhoads’ wife, Melissa, wanted to finish the project and asked museum staff for a referral to a shop that could paint the car. After reviewing the situation, the management team at the National Corvette Museum offered to restore the entire car, in a gesture of appreciation to the nation’s police forces and a tribute to Officer Rhoads, and to help a grieving family heal. The museum’s Vehicle Maintenance and Preservation Coordinator Daniel Decker took charge of the project. The Corvette community, including Corvette Central and members of the Bluegrass Corvette Club, stepped up to help with cash donations and parts. Once the car’s mechanicals and body were restored, the museum turned to PPG Refinish USA & Canada for help with the finish. Read the rest of the story: http://corporate.ppg.com/Media/Newsroom/2017/PPG-helps-National-Corvette-Museum-uphold-a-promis
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio, May 16, 2017 – Family, friends and Corvette enthusiasts gathered April 29 at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, for the unveiling of a special fully restored bright red 1984 Corvette. The car belonged to Burke Rhoads, a Nicholasville, Kentucky, police office...