There are few hometown heroes that can stand the test of time like Cloverdale Paint has. A local business that started out here at the height of the Great Depression in 1933, Cloverdale Paint has since become a North American industry leader.
Success stories like these don’t happen every day, and they don’t happen by accident. Through hard work, an emphasis on customer service and continual innovation, our local paint shop has not only stood up to competition from big box stores, but has flourished in the face of it.
Their success has allowed Cloverdale Paint to expand over the years into different aspects of commercial activity, including specialized factory coatings for the oil and gas industry and the B.C. forest industry.
An outstanding corporate citizen, Cloverdale Paint has always given back to our community, including through a $1 million gift toward the construction of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Stabilization Unit (CAPSU) at Surrey Memorial Hospital.
I’m proud to have Cloverdale Paint as part of our community, and glad to see it recognized by the South Surrey White Rock Chamber of Commerce as Business of the Year.
Congratulations Cloverdale Paint, and thank you for all you do for our community!