Kitchen Cubes, a family-run company established by brothers Zach and Jake Molgaard and their father Dan, has grown to become a household name.
The Bristol-based company operates out of 8601 200th Ave. where it has a showroom and produces cabinets and countertops.
It has a wholesale and residential division that markets products to contractors, multi-family commercial units and resident customers.
Kitchen Cubes is looking to add more associates.
“We are actually looking to grow our team,” said KatiRose Haney, retail store manager.
If you are looking to become a part of the Kitchen Cubes team, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 262-694-3736.
Where do you work? Kitchen Cubes
What is your job title and what do you do? I am the retail store manager with my focus being the success of my team. There are quite a few details that go into a cabinet layout to make sure everything functions properly when it’s all finished. My top priority is to ensure customer service. I am available through the layout and sales process for whatever is needed. I do field measures, meet with customers, provide layouts and pictures along with quotes and orders. I also monitor products and our pricing to keep us competitive in the market and ensure we beat all of our competition.
How did you land at Kitchen Cubes? I was working in the same field, but with a different company. I started hearing more and more from my customers about Kitchen Cubes and what they were becoming in the community. They reached out to me one day and said I needed to come see them because they were expanding.
How long have you been with Kitchen Cubes? I’ve been with Kitchen Cubes for six years.
What do you enjoy most about your responsibilities? The most rewarding part of my job is seeing the progress of what I’ve accomplished. As with any field, projects take time, but when it all comes together with customer interaction from beginning to end, there is satisfaction. Renovating our showroom with the products that reflect our specialty along with seeing the growth of my team was quite amazing to be a part of.
What work experiences brought you to this position? I was a kitchen designer for about five years before I came to Kitchen Cubes. I started as a designer, but very quickly realized the potential I had with the company. I naturally wanted to learn as much as I could, so I used my resources to keep expanding on different aspects of the business. I have always been in a retail setting. Through the years, I have gained more knowledge and experience and in doing so, I’ve grown with the company to become responsible for the retail division.
What do you appreciate most about Kitchen Cubes and its relationship with customers? Above the product offerings, we believe customer service is a significant factor in our success. As our continued growth has been solely word-of-mouth referrals, we can proudly let our customer service speak for itself. The economy will always fluctuate, but Kitchen Cubes will continue to study the market and successfully provide our customer base with both (quality) products and customer service.
Where do you see your industry going in the next few years? The industry has been thriving for a while now, and there are no signs of slowing down for Kitchen Cubes. The remodeling field will always be relevant because it is an investment for homeowners. It is important to us to offer cabinets and countertops that are modern, but also functional and affordable. We have been successful in finding and offering the right product lines that will help keep our focus on our foundation. Our product is marketed for the speed and price point in which we can successfully provide kitchens and baths to our customers.
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