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Danbury Welcomes Metal Supermarkets, The Small Quantity Metal Provider

Retail-based Metal Supplier Brings Speed, Variety and Convenience to Danbury

June 14, 2022 // Franchising.com // DANBURY, Conn. - Infusing innovation into a legacy industry, Metal Supermarkets arrives in Danbury as a refreshing customer-oriented disruptive force in metal distribution.

The supplier of small-quantity metals will open its newest location in Danbury on June 20, 2022, instantly becoming the one-stop shop offering speed, variety and convenience for professionals and hobbyists alike. Metal Supermarkets stores specialize in the sales and distribution of all types and ranges of metal including hot and cold rolled, aluminum, copper, brass and stainless in bars, tubes, angles, channel, sheet and plate to meet the needs of a wide and diverse variety of businesses and consumers that require these essential products.

As the first location in Connecticut, Metal Supermarkets Danbury offers 8,000 types, shapes and grades of metal, cut to each customer’s exact specifications. Brandishing its signature, world class customer service, Metal Supermarkets will be the trusted metals supplier for local manufacturers, machinists, maintenance and repair, tool and die shops, hospitals, hotels, universities, schools, homeowners, artists, hobbyists and more in Danbury.

“Having worked in Connecticut for nearly 35 years, I know and can relate to the customers who have a need for metal in the Danbury area,” said Ed DeStefano, franchise owner of Metal Supermarkets in Danbury. “I’m a fixer and a problem solver, and believe these traits will go far in supporting the needs of professionals and hobbyists alike in the community.”

Prior to business ownership with Metal Supermarkets, DeStefano served as the vice president of global consulting operations at a prominent IT firm in Connecticut. He has extensive experience in strategy, operations, financial analysis and in leading high-performance teams. In addition, DeStefano previously worked at Connecticut manufacturing companies such as Moore Special Tool and Sikorsky Aircraft and works with metals in his free time as a hobby, repairing and restoring machines, equipment trucks, automobiles and more.

Each Metal Supermarkets location provides solutions to customers’ metal needs in both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer categories. With a diverse product base and a no-minimum order quantity, Metal Supermarkets will look to develop long-lasting relationships with customers through an exceptional customer experience.

“Introducing Metal Supermarkets to Connecticut, we needed to ensure our franchisee was someone who understands our passion for customer service and is eager to be a solutions provider,” said Stephen Schober, president and CEO of Metal Supermarkets. “Ed has demonstrated a dedication to excellence and we look forward to supporting him as he gets Danbury’s Metal Supermarkets store up and running.”

Located at 4 Lee Mac Ave, Danbury, CT 06810 next to the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles, Metal Supermarkets Danbury is open five days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

SOURCE Metal Supermarkets



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