The Blind King Expands Service Across Central Oregon Into Sunriver

Cody King, owner of window covering business The Blind King, announces the company will now serve even more towns in Central Oregon, including Sunriver. The Blind King is locally owned and has been proudly serving Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Madras, La Pine and Sisters since 2014.

Bend, OR, United States - July 23, 2019 —

Cody King, owner of window covering business The Blind King, has announced the company will now serve even more towns in Central Oregon, including Sunriver. The Blind King is locally owned and has been proudly serving Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Madras, La pine and Sisters since 2014.

Offering custom window coverings, shades, blinds, and shutters with no pressure, a down to earth mentality, and the customer’s best interest in mind, the Blind King has become Central Oregon’s premier window covering company. Their mission at The Blind King is “To provide an excellent and unparalleled service built upon integrity to the exemplary community of Central Oregon.” The Blind King is proud to provide quality service based on down home values like honesty, integrity, and transparency.

Cody King developed his business with the customer in mind. The Blind King has no brick-and-mortar storefront, no showroom, and no employees. Independently owned, there are no franchise fees. This business model allows for very little overhead cost, so Cody passes his savings onto his customers. The Blind King is able to deliver a high-quality product at a fraction of the cost, often 30 – 40% below competition, and even offers free in-home estimates as well. The Blind King also provides a lifetime warranty on most of their window covering products.

The Blind King has served Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Madras, La pine and Sisters since 2014, and will now expand services into the Sunriver area of Central Oregon. To learn more about The Blind King, their services, and their products, visit www.theblindking.net, or call (541) 782-8468.

About Us:

The Blind King, created in 2014 by then 22-year-old Cody King, has been proudly serving Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Madras, La Pine and Sisters ever since. The Blind King offers custom window coverings, shades, blinds, and shutters with no pressure, a down to earth mentality, and the customer’s best interest in mind.

The Blind King is strongly rooted in Central Oregon and works closely with real estate agents from The Ladd Group, Cascade Sotheby’s, Coldwell Banker, Keller Williams, Remax, Fred Real Estate, and Harcourts, as well as many local builders and contractors.

Providing exceptional service and unparalleled value, The Blind King has quickly become Central Oregon’s premiere window coverings company.

About Us: The Blind King offers custom window coverings, shades, blinds, and shutters with no pressure, a down to earth mentality, and the customer’s best interest in mind.

Contact Info:
Name: Cody King, Owner
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Organization: The Blind King
Address: 339 SE Reed Market Rd, Bend, OR, 97702, United States
Phone: (541) 782-8468
Website: https://www.theblindking.net/

Release ID: 88900301

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