BRISTOL, Tenn. - CJ & Company announced this week that the business is planning to relocate in anticipation of further growth and expansion.
The now catering-only business will be located at 1119 Commonwealth Avenue in Bristol, Virginia, on the 2nd floor of the old Valley Dale building.
CJ & Company will also become CJ & Company, LLC. The last day at the 6th street location will be March 28th.
"We are thrilled about this next phase of our business development," said owner and founder Beth Morton. "Our catering business continues to grow. We have had an increased demand from businesses asking us to cater events, deliver lunches and cater business meetings. This has necessitated a change in our business model to expand the most successful part of our business. This next step was a natural progression for us to grow our business. We hope everyone will come out and celebrate our expansion by dining with us before March 28th."
CJ& Company recently expanded their menu and started offering Boar's Head premium meat and cheeses on the menu and expanded their selection. The new menu items, along with traditional favorites will continue to be available on the catering menu.
"We have developed a lot of great customers over our first five years of being in business," said Morton. "We are thrilled to be expanding our business and offering our customers new menu items, in addition to all their favorites. We would like to thank Mitch Skaggs for his support of CJ & Company and to all of our customers and friends in downtown Bristol. Everyone has blessed us and we will continue to deliver to all of customers who ordered from us in the downtown area. This is an exciting time for us and we are very excited about what the future holds."
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