Main Street of Perry ....
Exists to improve the quality of life in the City
of Perry by strengthening the downtown area as the center of the community using the comprehensive approach of design, economic restructuring, organization, and promotion.
Jennifer Kime, Director
Educate others about good design to enhance the image of each business as well as that of the district
Raise money, manage staff and
volunteers, promote the program, manage finances
Exchange Bank CEO, Chuck Hall and Main Street Director, Jennifer Kime receiving “Best Business Practices” Award from Secretary of Commerce, Larry Parman.
Main Street of Perry with support from the Mayor and City Council of Perry announce the Business Spotlight award! This award is only given four times a year and is based upon criteria set forth by the Main Street of Perry Economic Restructuring committee and Board of Directors including, but not limited to, exceptional customer service, quality of services or products, involvement in the Perry community, acting as a contributing component to our preservation-based approach to revitalize downtown Perry, etc. Businesses in the downtown Main Street district are eligible for this recognition. Perry's downtown business district is where it all began and we would like to give back to our downtown businesses.
The Business Spotlight Winner for the Summer of 2014 is…..
Kemnitz Sinclair Station and Kemnitz Oil Company, Inc.
By purchasing the service station on April 1, 1955, Charles and Laura Kemnitz began their fuel service business. They later purchased the bulk plant operation in 1978. Retiring in 2005, the company was passed down to their son, Craig, who has always worked there and his wife, Ruby, to carry on the second generation of the family business. Current employees include: Cody Leitner, Tyler Schovanec, Josh Billingsley, Myranda Eberle, and Blake Weaver.
The two companies, Kemnitz Oil Co., Inc. provides bulk fuel and petroleum products delivery and Kemnitz Sinclair Station offers full-service and self-service gasoline, free air, car detailing, numerous brands and varieties, on-road and off-road diesel both located at one office at 524 Cedar Street on the southeast corner of the downtown square in the same building for over half-a-century.
Kemnitz Oil Company are big supporters in the Main Street of Perry organization as financial supporters, volunteers, board members and by supporting all promotions for the downtown area.