Marc Greenberg • 720-318-8281
Tell us a little bit about yourself: My name is Marc Greenberg. I first started in a formica/ cabinet shop in 1977 while still in high school. I worked as a union carpenter before going into business for myself. I opened my first carpet and tile store in 1984 in Wheatridge, CO. I personally enjoy designing and installing custom kitchens and bathrooms. I do all of my own work: you hire me, you get me.
Are you a native of Colorado or what brought you to Colorado? I was born and raised in the Denver Metro Area. Graduated from Ranum High School in 1978.
Do you ride in a group, club or independently? I am an independent and usually ride with friends. I do support a variety of charity runs throughout the year.
Name a place you would like to ride but haven’t been to yet? I would like to finally make my way to Red River this year. It is usually during my busy season.
Tell us a little bit about your business and how long you have been in business? I have been in the Interior/Exterior remodeling business since 1981. I have owned and operated a carpet and tile company and am currently a general contractor. I specialize in kitchen and bath remodels but also provide, roofing, fencing, basement, gutters, concrete, drywall, interior/exterior doors, carpet, hardwood floors and decks.
What does your business specialize in? Interior remodel.
Name 3 things that you want the biker community to know about you: Owner/ operator, licensed, insured, dependable with excellent references and years of repeat customers.
Name 3 things that set you apart from your competitors: I am personally on every job from start to finish. I provide lower cost work to seniors through the Senior Resource Center for over 10 years.
Why do you think it is important that bikers support each other’s businesses? Brotherhood is important, utilizing a biker owned business provides opportunities to pass it along and benefit others.