Tony Battah: Going National

Tony Battah is the founder and President of Hans Krug Fine European Cabinetry. Tony Battah is rapidly becoming a leader in the building materials industry. Combining twenty two years of building experience with his professional business skill, may just propel Tony Battah to the upper echelons of the professional business community.

The pening of the Hans Krug Showroom in New York this year will present shoppers there with the opportunity to access the finest in contemporary kitchen cabinets. Tony Battah says his products have a quality and look not often found in modern day outlets. The success he has experienced with his Charlotte, North Carolina cabinet showroom has led to a demand for well-designed, high-quality contemporary kitchen cabinets that people can get at affordable prices.

“Something we would sell for $12,000,” Tohy Battah observed, “they would sell for $50,000 and up.”

Tony Battah arranged for a Slovakian factory to make his cabinets, which he imports directly. That means he can purchase products without the hassle or high markup of a middleman. Tony Battah passes these savings on to his customers, making his cabinet line far more affordable than traditional luxury brands.

Tony Battah is a member o the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, the Greater Charlotte branch. His ultimate hope is to take the Hans Krug brand national, and the opening of his New York branch is a critical first step towards national business success.

The Hans Krug motto is “It only looks expensive”, which emphasizes quality over cost. Tony Battah wants his customers to have the best-looking cabinets without overbearing costs.

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