All News News Posted March 28, 2017 By Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance and Chamber

Mob Marshall Framing Studio on April 17

The Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance (MAEDA) encourages the public to support the Marshall economy and shop local at Marshall Framing Studio during “Cash Mob Monday!” on April 17 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Marshall Framing Studio owner Patrice Marquardt is ready to welcome you during Cash Mob Monday on April 17.

Marshall Framing Studio’s reputation stems from the personalized designs chosen for each framing project. Every artwork is uniquely highlighted for its own special features and each project is valued.  Whether it is a tattered, tightly rolled photo from the early 1900’s or a contemporary artwork drawn by a young person or a renowned artist, each is framed with techniques and materials specific for its care. “We are a link in preserving art and memorabilia for the future” says owner Patrice Marquardt.

Marshall Framing Studio has developed a reputation for framing beyond expectations, being progressive in design while offering tested archival supplies and knowledge of options and techniques. Owner Patrice Marquardt began her professional framing career in 1977 and opened Marshall Framing Studio in 1992.  She is a Certified Picture Framer (CPF), a Professional Picture Framer Association Accredited Judge and a framing industry workshop teacher, and regularly attends framing & preservation classes, furthering the shops’ education and keeping up with the latest studies and products.

Why buy local? Sustainable Connections reports that customers receive better service when shopping local since local businesses often hire people with a better understanding of the products they are selling and take more time to get to know customers.

Receive the high-quality service you deserve at Marshall Framing Studio located at 227 E. Michigan Ave. in downtown Marshall. Contact Marshall Framing Studio at 269-781-7157 or visit