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Artistic Couple Launches Newest Creative Colors International Franchise in Southeastern Michigan

Mary-Shea and John Rozsypal

Creative Colors International is a family owned and operated business and they made us feel as though we are part of their family – what a refreshing change from corporate America! – Mary-Shea Rozsypal

Creative Colors International, the nation’s leading on-site repair and restoration franchise, launched its newest location on April 3, 2017 in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area. This is big news as more local business owners and cost-conscious residents than ever before are seeking out alternatives to astronomical upholstering charges and replacement fees associated with damaged possessions that are made of leather, vinyl, plastic and fabric.

Ann Arbor residents Mary-Shea and John Rozsypal both love to work with their eyes and hands and they like to keep items out of the waste stream. As they were looking for a new venture as empty nesters, they found Creative Colors International’s culture fit perfectly with their personal philosophy. The two both have degrees from the University of Michigan School of Art and Architecture.

After rising in the corporate business of global marketing for over 20 years, Mary-Shea was recently laid-off, while her husband, John, having practiced architecture for 45 years, was ready to step-back from the grind and together they yearned for a new entrepreneurial challenge. Mary-Shea’s research and the help of a consultant lead them to the careful consideration of several opportunities culminating in the couple’s agreement to open the newest Creative Colors International location right here in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

According to John, he’s thrilled to open this Creative Colors International location because the company’s revolutionary products and restoration techniques will help local customers save up to 90% in replacement fees by repairing worn and/or damaged materials. “Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance and to offer them such a savings is rewarding for them as well as us. Restoring rather than replacing fits well with our life philosophy.”

“Mixing colors and restoring damaged items is right up our alley,” adds Mary-Shea. “We believe in restoring rather than replacing things. This is how we can save our customers money. We also are glad to create a legacy for our son, who is in college, but one day may join us in the business. And we find that the people leading CCI are very down to earth. It’s a family owned and operated business and they have made us feel as though we are part of their family – what a refreshing change from corporate America.”

The statistics suggest that repairing and restoring, as opposed to upholstering and replacing, can save local business owners and residents hundreds of…

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