Local Entrepreneur Opens Metal Supermarkets
New Metal Center will Service Greater Boston Area
WOBURN, Mass. - June 17, 2014 // PRNewswire // - Metal Supermarkets®, the world's largest supplier of small quantity metals, has opened its 66th store in Boston, Massachusetts. On Monday, March 31, local entrepreneur Gary Ainsworth opened Metal Supermarkets Boston-North at 16A 6th Road, Woburn, Massachusetts. Metal Supermarkets Boston-North will provide superior customer service and the highest quality metal products available to Boston businesses and consumers. Customers can buy any size or type of metal they need, quickly and easily, with no minimum size.
"We are very pleased to have Gary and his team open our newest franchised store," says Stephen Schober, Metal Supermarkets President and CEO. "Boston is a great market for Metal Supermarkets and Gary has the background and skills to provide the best quality service in the Boston area."
Before opening the Metal Supermarkets store, Ainsworth was a senior manager in Operations and Product Development working for Fortune 500, mid-caps, and start-up companies, helping them improve their operations and product commercialization performance. Trained as a Manufacturing Engineer and previously an owner of a precision machine shop, Ainsworth has been around the use and processing of metal his whole career.
"We help people solve problems and will happily deliver to your company or work site. Being just three minutes from the intersection I-95 and I-93 on 6th Road in Woburn, MA, the store is easily reached from all parts of the Greater Boston area," says Ainsworth.
See us at the Northeast Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference
June 18TH & 19TH - Booth 551, at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
For more information on the Metal Supermarkets Boston - North store, contact Gary Ainsworth by phone at 781-933-0176, fax at 781-933-0518 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Metal Supermarkets Franchising Family of Companies
Known for superior customer care from start to finish, the Metal Supermarkets business concept was established in 1985 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Since then, the company has grown to more than 65 locations across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. More than 60,000 customers rely on Metal Supermarkets for "one stop shopping" for all their small metal requirements, when they need it.
Customers include manufacturers, maintenance departments, tool and die makers, fabricators, machine shops, government departments, hobbyists and home owners.
For more information, visit www.MetalSupermarkets.com.
SOURCE Metal Supermarkets