The Emery County Business Chamber welcomes Jason Ward to the business community. Mike McCandless, Daine Behling, Joe Ward, Berta Ward, Jannalee Ward, Dallon Ward, Gannon Ward, Kambree Ward, Brookelle Langi, Ann Jones, Josh Christman, Tyler Jeffs and Jason Ward participate at the ribbon cutting event.
The Emery County Business Chamber welcomed a new business Castle Country Auto Body and Paint LLC, on May 7, to the business community with a ribbon cutting. This new business is located at 200 West 100 North in Huntington. The phone number is 435-687-5637 and the hours open are 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The owner Jason Ward has installed his new business, Castle Country Auto Body and Paint in the old firehouse of Huntington. Jason Ward is leasing the old firehouse in Huntington from Huntington City and plans to purchase the building from the city in the future. The old firehouse is a large building with room for several cars.
Ward is very experienced in auto body repair, restoration of automobiles and custom painting. He has been working for others in the auto body and paint business for the last 15 years. He started out working at Ward's 4X4 in Huntington and then worked for his brother at Joey's Body and Paint in Price.
Ward will be offering auto collision repair and restoration for individuals and insurance companies. He also offers custom auto painting. He invites the public to come see his new business and if the need should arise for auto body or paint repair stop by and get a free estimate.
In this building Ward has installed a special large metal ventilated painting booth with interior illumination for painting automobiles. This special room has several safety lights in the ceiling and in the walls to illuminate all sides of the vehicle being painted. Many family and friends gathered May 7 to wish Jason well in this new business venture.
Dennis and Rose Ward are Jason's aunt and uncle. Jason's mother and father are Joe and Berta Ward of Huntington.