EZ Portable Buildings, located at 1802 Highway 76 East, will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, July 27th at 1:30 pm. EZ Portable Buildings launched their Nashville, Georgia location in June. The facility provides jobs for 25 people.
“We are thrilled to open our new manufacturing facility in Nashville,” said Trendon Burnett, Chief Executive Officer, EZ Portable Buildings. “After spending time in several cities in Southern Georgia and Northern Florida, we immediately fell in love with the charm and hospitality of Nashville. A special thanks to Judge Perkins and Crissy Staley for their kindness and accommodating spirits. As a company, we place a high value on relationships, and we look forward to planting deep roots in this great city.”
EZ Portable Buildings is a team of manufacturing, finance, and construction professionals providing high-value, fully customizable spaces at a price everyone can afford. EZ Portable Buildings builds, sells, and delivers high quality portable buildings online and at exclusive retail partners, within a 350-mile radius of the 330,000-square foot manufacturing facility in Paducah, KY, and their new secondary facility in Nashville, Georgia.
“We strive to be progressive, dependable, approachable and offer a best in class product,” said Rob Eaton, Chief Operating Officer, EZ Portable Buildings. “As a native of the deep south, I’m excited to Build Opportunity for others in Nashville, and look forward to partnering and growing with the community.”
The Berrien County Chamber of Commerce and Development Authority encourage everyone to come out and meet Berrien County’s newest industry, EZ Portable Buildings during their Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on July 27th at 1:30.