Chesapeake Soda Clean moves to larger location

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Chesapeake Soda Clean moved to a larger facility in Millersville, Md., to provide a showroom, training and warehousing under one roof.

The move gives Chesapeake Soda Clean 25 percent more space than its former Annapolis office and Baltimore warehouse. Also, the new facility's proximity to Baltimore-Washington International Airport offers more convenience for customers.

"Our move to a larger facility is a key part of our business plan," said Stacey Stone, owner and general contractor. "As we begin to see improvements in what has been a historically low down market, we are taking this step in order to expand our product offerings, to provide the training that is crucial to those moving into the soda blasting eco-market and to be able to take on additional product lines."

Chesapeake Soda Clean offers marine, automotive, residential and commercial training aids for soda blast contractors, on-site training for new customers and fee-based training for all others. The new location also includes an outdoor equipment demonstration area.

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