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LEGACY BUSINESS SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION


JACOBS UPHOLSTERY AND PATIO A family-owned business built on quality work and good value.


WHETHER IT’S VINYL ON A MOTORCYCLE SEAT, LEATHER IN A CAR’S


interior, velvet chenille on a couch, silk draperies or weather resistant fabric on a piece of outdoor furniture Jacobs Upholstery and Patio has you “covered.” Started in 1959 by William Thomas Jacobs and his son M.H. Jacobs, Jacobs Uphol-


stery was built on quality work, good value and “friends telling friends” of the work performed. After six decades, the folks at Jacobs continue to take pride in their finished products


and in satisfying their customers. Their business serves both individual and commercial clients. Carrying on the family tradition, brothers Dave, Darby and Dean, and sister Donna Phipps, were raised to be craftspeople, and growing up in the business, upholstery became second nature. Dave turned his attention to furniture; Darby to automobile interiors; Dean developed a fascination with antiques; and Donna uses her well-rounded background as an interior design consultant. “We always want to provide the best personal service and the finest quality available at the most reasonable prices,” says Dave Jacobs. “We’re all about quality, craftsmanship and rride in our family name.” While furniture reupholstery remains the cornerstone of the business, Jacobs Upholstery also offers upholstery services for your automotive, boat,


RV and airplane.


Playing on their motto, “We give you exactly what you want,” Jacobs also offers high-quality outdoor furniture in wicker, teak, cast aluminum and wrought iron; patio umbrellas, indoor barstools, window treatments and do-it-yourself upholstery supplies. The goal is to help create a completely unique and custom furniture experience. “Our growth has come from the fact that we do quality work, have been around a long time, we stand behind our work and we do our best to honor our word.” Jacobs Upholstery and Patio, 16023 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, (509) 926-4230, (800) 322-0526, www.jacobspatio.com.


OXARC INC. Dedicated to providing service and training in the region


WITH A MISSION OF MODERNIZATION AND A VISION TOWARDS


the future, OXARC, Inc. has grown from a small retail and wholesale distributor of welding supplies, gasses and safety and industrial supplies to become a “single source supplier” for products, services, training and business growth in the Inland Northwest. Jerry Walmsley founded the business in 1968 after buying Northwest Oxygen Co.,


of Spokane, from a Montana businessman, ten years later, established the company’s corporate headquarters at 4003. E. Broadway in Spokane. In 1987, a Pasco-based weld- ing and gas supply company, including its five locations, was purchased. The Spokane and Pasco companies were combined into a single corporation in 1993, giving the new company, OXARC a regional reach of 12 locations in three states. Diversification in the company continued with the purchase of Columbia Fire, in


4003 E Broadway Spokane WA, 99202 visit www.oxarc.com or call 509-535-7794


Kennewick, adding fire extinguisher sales and mobile service, mobile first aid sales, as well as fire system installation and service. OXARC began a welding school in Spokane in 2005. OXARC also established a state-of-the-art corporate training center at their Spokane headquarters. This multi- media, interactive conference and training facility is not only an investment in the education of OXARC employees, but is used by many other businesses in the region for videoconferencing, group meetings and training seminars. According to Jerry Walmsley, “The keys to OXARC’s success are professional lead-


ership, quality products and services, and commitment and loyalty to our customers.” “The customer is the one who keeps the business going,” adds Jerry’s son Greg, president of OXARC. “The faster we make them happy, the better off we all are.”


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