Vail Daily letter: Thanks, Tom and Aggie
October 12, 2016
For about 30 years Tom and Aggie Chastain have owned CustomPack in Eagle-Vail, where they worked side by side. They have helped countless businesses and homeowners deal with their shipping and crating needs with a very professional and ethical manner. They have helped our gallery on a moment's notice, and made the difference when it counted to get a sale completed and the fine art delivered. They are closing their business of three decades and will be greatly missed. The changes they have seen in the retail world through Eagle County are great, and not for the better. CustomPack is an amazing barometer across the board of the retail and merchandise health of this county, as they deal with all types of businesses and situations. They have been concerned and active citizens of the community and are valued for their opinions and insight for a fiscally responsible government. They have raised a wonderful son in the valley who has gone on to great heights excelling as a master of classical guitar and the martial arts.
Thank you, Tom and Aggie, for all the years and all the conversation, and thank you for a job well done.
Bill & Maggie Rey and the Claggett/Rey Gallery crew
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