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A Rocket Scientist Organized Our Office!

 Organizing guru Angie Weid and Priceless Preservation Founder Rob Hoffman rearranged shelving, equipment, closets and cabinets to make our office at 122 S. Main Street, Suite 110 C, Ann Arbor, more functional and inviting.

 

 

We can't say enough about professional organizer Angie Weid who is whipping our Main Street office into great shape - and streamlining our project flow.

 

Angie, who started Organized Solutions in 2004 and is a proud member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, is affectionately referred to as a real rocket scientist by her clients -- and it's actually quite true.  Angie is a graduate of Purdue University with a B.S. in Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering.

 

She has 8 years experience as a Design Engineer and Program Manager at Ford Motor Company. Good organization, creativity and quick critical thinking are a few skills she has developed as an engineer. As a single mother of 2 beautiful boys, she has learned the art of multi-tasking and understands how overwhelming life can get without a plan to enjoy it.

 

We feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Angie to make Priceless Preservation a more efficient and inviting downtown Ann Arbor small business. We hope you'll stop in soon and see the changes that already are starting to take place.

 

Now that we have new shelving and a system in place for organizing our digitization, restoration and preservation projects, we'll spend June redecorating and bringing on another team member.

 

Thank you for everything you've done to bring us this far on our journey. We have your repeat business and client referrals to thank for making this exciting phase in our development both necessary and possible.

 

For more information about Angie's wonderful small business, visit her Organized Solutions website. 

 

 

 

 

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