Sunday, November 3, 2013
People who drive by the seemingly unassuming storefront at 2611 North Bluff St. might not realize there is a resale shop — much less an 18,645 square-foot recycling facility — tucked away behind a row of trees and telephone poles.
That’s an image Kingdom Projects, Inc. (KPI) board member Allan Ensor wants to break.
“We’ve been in the community since 1976, and a lot of people still don’t know who we are, where we’re at and what we do,” he said. “Nowadays, most people don’t know what a sheltered workshop is. We’re making the community aware again of the services KPI provides to the community and individuals who work here.”
KPI is launching a “rebirthing,” including a new logo, better visibility from the road and a stronger emphasis on community outreach to make sure people in Fulton and Callaway County know what Kingdom Projects does.
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