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KEVCO Featured in The Washington Post

30 Jun2014
KEVCO Featured in Washington Post article on June 22.
Photo Credit: The Washington Post

Did you hear? KEVCO was recently featured in the Capital Business section of The Washington Post on June 23, 2014. Grab a copy of The Washington Post from your local newsstand or read the article online to get a glimpse of what it is like to be a part of the window washing company, KEVCO. Kenny Cohn, President of KEVCO, speaks about his passion for the business and its success over the last 26 years.

Cohn, who has been washing windows since he was 14, knows the industry is not viewed as glamorous. However, as Cohn states in the article, “You have to have the work done.” The company has grown tremendously as it started by simply knocking on doors and asking for an opportunity to show a potential client what a clean window can do for his or her business. After strong word-of-mouth marketing, you will now see KEVCO employees hanging off the side of Reagan or Dulles Airport buildings (and over 500 more buildings a year).

Take a moment to read this great Washington Post article written by Thomas Heath, local business reporter and columnist for the Washington Metropolitan area. While reading, you will find that KEVCO is the leading company for window washing in the DC area. As one of the last non-computerized industries, window cleaning is still very necessary and thriving. KEVCO is thrilled to offer services to both commercial businesses and residential homes all throughout the metro area.

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Click here to read The Washington Post article about KEVCO!

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