The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently held an anniversary celebration with Schwalbach Kitchen in honor of their 40th Anniversary.
Located on Third Street in Marquette’s Downtown District, Schwalbach’s has been in the business of making your house a home for the last 40 years. Although centered within the Marquette Community, Schwalbach’s designs can be seen throughout the Upper Peninsula and neighboring regions.
Starting up in 1978, Schwalbach knew the importance of not only creating kitchens but also creating spaces that would bring everyone together. Not only do they offer complete design services, the company prides themselves on being able to walk you through a do it yourself project, on your next kitchen, bath, laundry room, entertainment center or even organizing your closets.
Completing thousands of kitchen and bathroom remodels over the years, Schwalbach brought back the most memorable on their social media to honor its 40 years in business. Launching the ThrowBACH Thursday on Facebook, Schwalbach Kitchens takes us on a journey of the greatest 80s, 90s and early 2000s bath and kitchen remodels. Giving us all a good laugh and a great reminder of the importance of good food and great kitchens.
Schwalbach Kitchen is located at 500 N. Third Street in Marquette. Their hours are 8:00a.m. – 5:30 p.m. daily. For more information you can visit www.schwalbachs.com or call (906)-228-3232.
Pictured from left to right: Mary VanTilburg, LSCP Director of Business Development, John Marshall, Marquette County Ambassador, Tess Jezek, Office Manager, Les Rolig, Previous Owner, Todd Smith, Installer, Nick Tomasi, Shop Manager, Nicole Noble, Owner, Nate Noble, Owner, Caleb Byma, Installer, Mike Horton, Installer, Gary Bell, Designer, Jason Belmore, Warehouse and Dave Campana, Marquette City Mayor