Mr. Cabinet Care Awarded Orange County Register’s 2020 “Best Kitchen & Bath Company”

Mr. Cabinet Care, a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom renovation company, was recently announced the Orange County Register’s “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” for 2020.

 

Oct 2, 2020 – Anaheim, CA – Mr. Cabinet Care, a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom renovation company, was recently announced the Orange County Register’s “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” for 2020.

 

The annual Best of Orange County readers’ choice award celebrates the area’s most popular attractions, restaurants, and businesses. The Orange County Register asks readers to cast votes for their favorite local businesses who continuously excel in service and quality. A 14-time winner, Mr. Cabinet Care was again named the winner and voted #1 in the “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” category at the 27th Best of Orange County Awards, which reaffirms its commitment to local clients and acknowledges its leadership and exceptional quality and service.

Mr. Cabinet Care Awarded Orange County Register’s  2020 “Best Kitchen & Bath Company”

“We want to thank all of Orange County for voting us the winner of this competitive category,” remarked Sid Jaridly, CEO of Mr. Cabinet Care. “It’s truly an honor to be named the best in our industry, particularly during such challenging and unprecedented times. We continue to maintain our commitment to exceptional quality and service, and it is a privilege to have that commitment recognized 14 Times. Each day, we continue to find new ways to get our clients the best value in kitchen and bathroom renovations.”

Hardworking businesses, including winners like Mr. Cabinet Care, continue to come out on top among Orange County Register readers despite such trying times. Each day, Mr. Cabinet Care reins as a leader in kitchen remodeling, kitchen renovation, kitchen design, and quartz and granite countertop installations. Using only the highest quality products and services to give clients the overall best value, Mr. Cabinet Care builds to custom specifications and maintains affordability in custom remodels. In kitchen cabinet refacing projects, various designs, woods, and stain options, with new panels, hinges, and custom milled moldings, are available to achieve a brand-new look.

“The events of 2020 have required us all to adapt to a new environment,” added Ron Hasse of the Orange Counter Register. “The Best of Orange County had to adapt as well as businesses faced unprecedented challenges that required them to excel in newly competitive environments.”

“Considering there are hundreds of contractors in Orange County, winning this award was truly an honor,” added Jaridly.

About Mr. Cabinet Care

Mr. Cabinet Care is a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom company located in Anaheim, California. With over 30 years of industry-leading experience, Mr. Cabinet Care has emerged as an expert in kitchen remodeling, cabinet refacing, quartz and granite countertops, and related services for clients across the region. Satisfying over 20,000 clients, Mr. Cabinet Care has established itself as a dominant and innovative leader by offering unique services that meet client budgets and world-class craftsmanship expectations.

To learn more, please visit MrCabinetCare.com.

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Mr. Cabinet Care Awarded Orange County Register’s 2020 “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” – Press Release

Mr. Cabinet Care, a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom renovation company, was recently announced the Orange County Register’s “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” for 2020.

 

Oct 2, 2020 – Anaheim, CA – Mr. Cabinet Care, a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom renovation company, was recently announced the Orange County Register’s “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” for 2020.

 

The annual Best of Orange County readers’ choice award celebrates the area’s most popular attractions, restaurants, and businesses. The Orange County Register asks readers to cast votes for their favorite local businesses who continuously excel in service and quality. A 14-time winner, Mr. Cabinet Care was again named the winner and voted #1 in the “Best Kitchen & Bath Company” category at the 27th Best of Orange County Awards, which reaffirms its commitment to local clients and acknowledges its leadership and exceptional quality and service.

Mr. Cabinet Care Awarded Orange County Register’s  2020 “Best Kitchen & Bath Company”

“We want to thank all of Orange County for voting us the winner of this competitive category,” remarked Sid Jaridly, CEO of Mr. Cabinet Care. “It’s truly an honor to be named the best in our industry, particularly during such challenging and unprecedented times. We continue to maintain our commitment to exceptional quality and service, and it is a privilege to have that commitment recognized 14 Times. Each day, we continue to find new ways to get our clients the best value in kitchen and bathroom renovations.”

Hardworking businesses, including winners like Mr. Cabinet Care, continue to come out on top among Orange County Register readers despite such trying times. Each day, Mr. Cabinet Care reins as a leader in kitchen remodeling, kitchen renovation, kitchen design, and quartz and granite countertop installations. Using only the highest quality products and services to give clients the overall best value, Mr. Cabinet Care builds to custom specifications and maintains affordability in custom remodels. In kitchen cabinet refacing projects, various designs, woods, and stain options, with new panels, hinges, and custom milled moldings, are available to achieve a brand-new look.

“The events of 2020 have required us all to adapt to a new environment,” added Ron Hasse of the Orange Counter Register. “The Best of Orange County had to adapt as well as businesses faced unprecedented challenges that required them to excel in newly competitive environments.”

“Considering there are hundreds of contractors in Orange County, winning this award was truly an honor,” added Jaridly.

About Mr. Cabinet Care

Mr. Cabinet Care is a family-owned and operated kitchen and bathroom company located in Anaheim, California. With over 30 years of industry-leading experience, Mr. Cabinet Care has emerged as an expert in kitchen remodeling, cabinet refacing, quartz and granite countertops, and related services for clients across the region. Satisfying over 20,000 clients, Mr. Cabinet Care has established itself as a dominant and innovative leader by offering unique services that meet client budgets and world-class craftsmanship expectations.

To learn more, please visit MrCabinetCare.com.

For further information about Mr. Cabinet Care’s “Best Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Company” award, or to schedule an interview with

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Early’s Farm and Garden issues apology after post about Orange Shirt Day draws ire

A Saskatoon business is apologizing and will be providing its employees with sensitivity training after remarks made by its owner and his daughter criticizing Orange Shirt Day online were deemed insensitive and offensive. 

Andi Early, whose father Spencer Early is president of Early’s Farm and Garden in Saskatoon, criticized Orange Shirt Day in a Facebook post earlier this week. In the post, Early wrote about “Identity politics” entering into the classrooms of young children, citing Orange Shirt Day as an example.

“Children should not be political instruments and we completely disagree that orange shirt day has unanimously imposed on everyone,” she said in the post, which included a picture of an orange shirt, with the phrase “not for kids” written on top.  “The more we focus on the historical inequalities the more it will foster current inequalities. We don’t participate.”

Orange Shirt Day is an annual event designed to honour residential school survivors and their families, and to raise awareness about the the injustices and mistreatment Indigenous people suffered while they attended.

The day itself was inspired by the story of Phyllis (Jack) Webstad, who had a new orange shirt taken from her by residential school staff as a six-year-old girl, according to the Orange Shirt Day website.

Andi does not hold any position at Early’s Farm and Garden. However, in a response to the post, Spencer wrote, “What about the Jews, Irish, Ukrainian, Japanese, Chinese…etc,etc. Don’t ‘cherry pick’ the list. Discuss it all collectively as the human experience or not at all.”

Reaction was swift, with hundreds of comments expressing frustration and anger, and many people saying they’ll take their business elsewhere.

The business apologized for the post following the outcry, then later issued a second apology from Spencer Early from its Facebook page.

In an interview Wednesday afternoon, Spencer said he’s sorry for any pain the post and his response caused. 

He said upon reflection, he understands why it spurred such a strong reaction. 

“At the time, it was meant to be inclusive,” he said. “It was saying I’d like the education to be inclusive of all of these things that have happened to individuals and groups, and that was the intention of it, but it certainly didn’t work that way.” 

Early said the store will be closing early on Wednesday and that Cort Dogniez, a First Nation and Métis education consultant, will be speaking to staff about Canada’s residential school system. 

He said the opinion shared by her daughter and the remark he had made do not reflect the overall beliefs of Early’s Farm and Garden.

“Today is a day to listen,” he said in the apology.

He says the store has a good relationship with Indigenous people, including those who frequent the store from the Dakota Whitecap First Nation.

“We value them in the community. We value them as customers and if there was an interpretation of remarks that wasn’t what it was intended to be, we apologize for that, and we’ll be reaching out into

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Orange skies in California and a dark storm over the White House

More than 190,000 Americans are dead. Millions have lost their jobs. Countless businesses are in ruins. A generation of kids hasn’t gone to school for months.



a man sitting at a table with wine glasses: Visitors are seen in Dolores Park under an orange sky darkened by smoke from California wildfires in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 9, 2020.


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Visitors are seen in Dolores Park under an orange sky darkened by smoke from California wildfires in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 9, 2020.

Yet despite knowing that the coronavirus was highly dangerous, viciously contagious and much worse than even the most severe flu, President Donald Trump delayed mobilizing the US government immediately. Worse, he refused to share what he knew and warn the American people, insisting everything would be fine.

Oh yes, and it’s all on tape.

A dark storm that has been building for weeks over the White House — in the form of a new book by reporting legend Bob Woodward — burst midmorning on Wednesday. Even by the standards of the Trump administration, this was a political blockbuster to end all blockbusters.



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The book “Rage,” due to be published next week, lays bare the most staggering act of presidential negligence of modern times. Unlike the scandals of Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, in which political corruption and personal failings mushroomed into cover-ups and abuses of power, Trump’s transgression shows that he abrogated the most basic duty of a president: safeguarding the health and safety of the American people.

It was clear from his actions for months that Trump publicly denied the potency of the virus and played down its impact. But to hear him say that he knew better in audio recordings made by Woodward is something else. By the way, Election Day is less than eight weeks away.

What we’ve learned

‘This is deadly stuff’

Trump told Woodward in a February 7 interview that Covid-19 was airborne and “more deadly than even your strenuous flu.” Yet for weeks afterward, the President told Americans that it was comparable to the flu and predicted that the virus would just go away.



Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: US President Donald Trump speaks on judicial appointments in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in Washington, DC on September 9, 2020.


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US President Donald Trump speaks on judicial appointments in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in Washington, DC on September 9, 2020.

Fears of nuclear war

Woodward’s reporting also delves into topics beyond the pandemic. He quotes top US security officials saying they feared a nuclear war with North Korea amid tensions in 2017. Then-Secretary of Defense James Mattis slept in his clothes in case of a launch by the isolated state, and repeatedly went to Washington National Cathedral to pray, according to Woodward.

Love letters

Once they were talking, North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un reportedly flattered Trump in what the President has called “love letters,” writing that another meeting would be like a scene from “a fantasy film” and describing their relationship as a “magical force.”

A secret weapon

Trump boasted to Woodward that the US has a new secret nuclear weapons system. Defense sources confirmed the mystery weapon.

‘We would have saved lives’

Reacting to the Woodward revelations, New Jersey Governor Phil

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