K2 Fabrication and Design Reaches Out to the Community
K2 Fabrication and Design, reaches out to the community of Corona, CA on a regular basis. In their most recent endeavor David King, Claudia King and Judy Moonitz Hanson will all be spending Sunday, October 2nd at an international, homemade, fair trade craft show held at the 1st Presbyterian Church. The event which is sponsored by ‘Ten Thousand Villages’ will also benefit; Habitat for Humanity, CASA, Life Water, Heifer Project, Teen Challenge, Stop Slavery and the Mary Magdalene Project. The 1st Presbyterian Church is located at 950 West Ontario. The event is open to the public.
“Their expertise when it comes to designing, producing and setting up museum and trade show exhibits will come in handy,” explains Ty Talbert, who is scheduled to be a greeter at the event. Ty continued saying, “I can’t say enough good things about the philanthropic endeavors of the Kings. The Kings foster children, and do hands on charitable work both here in town and in Mexico.”
The Kings established K2 Fabrication and Design in 2002. It is a full service fabrication and design facility that does custom exhibits, museum exhibits and rental/system exhibits. Their services not only include design and fabrication, they also provide installation, maintenance and storage. They have done exhibits and corporate interiors for a variety of small and Fortune 500 Companies. K2 believes that exceeding their clients’ expectations and taking care of their employees are the keys to success. For more information about K2 Fabrication and Design, visit their website www.K2Fabrication.com or call them at (951) 808-9092.
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