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LIME Painting expands to Oklahoma City

LIME Painting – a luxury residential painting company – is opening its first location in Oklahoma in January 2022, with plans to continue rapid expansion from seven current locations to 52 locations in the coming year. 

“Oklahoma City is a young and fast-growing city that is paving the way for innovation and entrepreneurship, making it the perfect market for LIME Painting to expand into,” said Nick Lopez, CEO and Founder of LIME Painting.

Lead by franchise owner R.L. Hunnicutt, LIME Painting will offer more than 40 painting and restoration services to luxury homes and businesses in Oklahoma City and surrounding suburbs starting in January 2022.

Hunnicutt was raised in a small town in the panhandle of Texas called Wellington. After 17 years working at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Hunnicutt left corporate America to focus on giving back to the community and leaving a legacy for his children. Interested in the support that comes with franchise ownership, Hunnicutt reached out to a franchise consultant who then informed him about LIME Painting.

“As someone who worked in corporate America for a long time, I know I have what it takes to be a compassionate yet strong leader,” said Hunnicutt. “I strive to put the human back into human resources and contribute to the strong company culture that LIME Painting has in place. I can’t wait to officially open in January and introduce the Oklahoma City community to the LIME family that I am proud to be a part of.”

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