Tucson Garage Door Company Announces New Ownership

June 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Discount Door Service in Tucson is proud to announce Melissa MacMeans as the new owner of Tucson's affordable garage door company. Melissa brings over 20 years of garage door industry experience with her to Discount Doors.

While many in the Tucson garage door industry already know her from her years of serving the Tucson market, Discount Doors is thrilled and honored that our customers are now able to benefit from her vast knowledge and her passion for helping people. Former owner Will Anderson says, “We have full confidence that Melissa will continue to guide Discount Door Service on the now long established path of successfully serving our community with garage door service and much more.”

Putting others first is just one of the great qualities Melissa brings to not only Discount Door Service, but to the greater Tucson community as well. It is clearly one of the reasons the company is so excited for customers to get to know her. In fact, this selflessness is what motivated Melissa to leave a long and successful career in the “corporate world” of garage doors and come to join Discount Garage Door in Tucson.

While Melissa had always been more of a “corporate ladder type”, a devastating and tragic event left her grieving her daughter and left her grandson Maddox without his mother. It became clear to Melissa that she would need to make some significant life adjustments to ensure she had plenty of time with her grandson – time that a corporate career would not allow.

And with that, she took the leap to join the small, growing, and flexible team at Discount Door Service before ultimately becoming the new owner with a commitment to continuing the great tradition of delivering high quality, affordable garage doors and service in Tucson, Oro Valley, Marana, Saddlebrooke and Vail, AZ.

Anderson went on to say, “Our respect for Melissa is unmatched, as is our gratitude for her choosing to join Discount Door Service. We are confident that our customers, both old and new, will feel the same way.”

Melissa’s passion reaches well beyond just the garage door industry. She values the importance of keeping Tucson a great place to live and does so by contributing to the community in many ways.

As a family owned business, Discount Doors understands the importance of supporting not only small businesses owned by Tucson families, but family activities that reach beyond business too. That is why Melissa has donated much time and money to girls’ softball and other childrens’ sports, including many years of coaching youth soccer.

She has helped foster children directly, donating to charities to ensure children are properly clothed for school as well as helping other foster families. Melissa also makes time to volunteer with the elderly, and Veterans and first responders benefit regularly from Melissa and her family’s generosity.

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For more information about Discount Door Service, contact the company here:

Discount Door Service
Melissa MacMeans
(520) 579-9084
contact@discountdoorservice.com
1330 W Morning View Dr Tucson, AZ 85704

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