Caption - picture of Anthony Ford and Thomas Cuneo in 2018 at a interior painting project of a large foyer in Union Kentucky just days before Christmas.
I just want to say merry Christmas to anyone who reads this blog, all of ExtraPrep Pro Painting and Kong Armor's customers .
And of course any painters or painting crews that have worked for my company throughout the year.
I hope all of you have a tremendous Christmas and New Year.
I look forward to serving your interior and exterior painting needs in 2021
All glory to God.
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