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Kelly-Moore Paints Opens Two New Bay Area Stores

Neighborhood Paint Stores Mix Personalized Service and the Richest Colors Into Every Gallon of Premium Paint

SAN CARLOS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- Kelly-Moore Paint Company, Inc., a leader and innovator of waterborne-coating technology and the first major paint company to offer recycled paints, announces two new stores in the Bay Area -- San Francisco and Lafayette. The Lafayette store is located at 3707 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Lafayette, CA 94549. The newest San Francisco store is located at 701 Bayshore Blvd., San Francisco, CA 94124. The company recently opened a new store in San Jose and now has 63 stores in the Bay Area.

"We are experiencing consumer and painter demand for additional Kelly-Moore Paint stores convieniently located in neighborhoods," said Dan Claybaugh, Kelly-Moore's Vice President of Marketing. "Our new stores in Lafayette and San Francisco are committed to offering the excellent customer service and variety of products we are known for."

Both stores offer the full range of Kelly-Moore paint products, including Kelly-Moore's zero volatile organic compound (VOC) and low-odor paint line Enviro Coat that maintains excellent interior air quality during application without sacrificing performance. Also available is Kelly-Moore's Enviro Coat Reflective, one of the industry's first commercially produced architectural coatings designed to reflect a portion of the sun's radiant heat.

Kelly-Moore's San Francisco - Bayshore store features a fully equipped Commercial Center offering specialized products and services for industrial and commercial markets. Examples of specialty services at this location include oven cured brush outs and draw downs for situations requiring an immediate turnaround or the capacity to store factory batch orders to meet project demands.

Additionally, each store will continue the tradition of providing exceptional service to DIY's and professional painters looking for a specific color, paint or brush. For painters who like to start their day early or need more personalized service, each store offers early store openings, free coffee, free delivery of paints, field representation and professional painter benefits.

Kelly-Moore Paint Company, headquartered in San Carlos, CA, is one of the largest employee-owned paint companies in the United States. Each employee-owner is committed to offering quality paint products and exceptional customer service. Its knowledgeable staff provide personalized service to meet all customer needs.

For questions related to color, paint selection or application, VOCs or any other paint related information, Kelly-Moore's painters (pros or DIY consumers) can call (888) MR-PAINT, email [email protected] or [email protected] or visit www.kellymoore.com, the company's Facebook page or any of Kelly-Moore's nearest stores.

About Kelly-Moore Paint Company, Inc.
Headquartered in San Carlos, Calif., Kelly-Moore is one of the largest employee-owned paint companies in the United States, where each employee-owner is committed to offering exceptional customer service. When you call or visit a Kelly-Moore store, you are speaking with an owner. A leader and innovator of waterborne-coating technology, Kelly-Moore was the first major paint company to offer recycled paints, along with one of the largest selection of stock colors. Kelly-Moore is one of the few companies to continue to offer stock colors for superior color consistency. Trusted and preferred by professionals since 1946 as the "Painter's Paint Store" for its high quality, performance and consistency, Kelly-Moore's paints are safe and easy to use for everyone. The company's environmentally friendly paint factory in San Carlos, Calif. is the recipient of four widely recognized and among the most stringent environmental awards. Kelly-Moore is dedicated to giving back to the communities it serves. This ethos is reflected in its corporate giving program and its numerous industry-leading green business accolades.

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Graham & Associates
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