Painter Ready Chattanooga Grows

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Painter Ready announces the addition of Daniel Weathers to the team. Mr. Weathers will be responsible for commercial sales in the Chattanooga and Knoxville markets and will also be helping build the residential business in Knoxville.  Mr. Weathers brings over 12-years sales and management experience to Painter Ready.

“Daniel brings the perfect combination of experience and energy we need as we grow our business here in Chattanooga and move into the Knoxville market,” said Ken Morris, owner of Painter Ready.

  "Daniel will be responsible for calling on property owners, property managers, maintenance managers and developers. Painter Ready uses a full line of products designed for Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Manufacturing use.  Daniel will also help drive the residential business in Knoxville. From exterior and interior painting projects to deck staining and popcorn ceiling removal; Painter Ready will provide the same full menu of services in Knoxville as they do in the Chattanooga market. They will also continue the tradition of providing quality products and exceptional customer satisfaction."

Josh Young will continue to lead the residential sales in the Chattanooga market and will also aid in building the residential business in Knoxville. He is excited about his new teammate and says, “Daniel will be a valuable addition to our team, and I look forward to working alongside him.”






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