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WV Black Bears 7/14/17

Customer Appreciation Night

by Judy Crihfield |July 27, 2017 |1 Comments | Blogs

Omega Commercial Interiors hosts a customer appreciation night at Monongalia County Ballpark while the WV Black Bears face Staten Island

West Virginia’s Deon Stafford smacks a walk-off single to center to give the Black Bears a 6-5 victory over Staten Island on July 14th while Omega Commercial Interiors watched with their customers, partners and employees at the Monongalia County Ballpark.

Dean Stafford WV Black Bears Stadium

David McCormick and Peggy Lovio rent a luxury suite at the Monongalia County Ballpark for customers and employees every year to show their gratitude.

David McCormick and Peggy Lovio WV Black Bears Game 07/14/17
David McCormick with WV Black Bear 2017

The suite was dressed up with customer appreciation gifts, delicious fresh food and ice-cold beverages. Everyone socialized while they watched David McCormick throw out the first pitch and the Black Bears win over Staten Island. After the game, the sky dimmed just in time for a showy fireworks display that was sponsored by Omega Commercial Interiors.

Fresh Vegetables and Cheese Varieties at the WV Black Bears Game 07/14/17

Fresh Vegetables and Cheese Varieties

Pasta Salads, Rolls and Meats at the WV Black Bears Game 07/14/17

Pasta Salads, Rolls and Meats

Spectacular Fireworks Show at the WV Black Bears Game 07/14/17

Spectacular Fireworks Show

The Grand Finale at the WV Black Bears Game 07/14/17

The Grand Finale

Among some of the people attending were:
*Keith Powell of Astro-Buick-GMC
*Kevin Nicholas of WV Radio Corporation
*Eric Wilson and his wife, Judy, of WDTV/WVFX- Gray Television
*Kim Moyers of First United Bank and Trust
*Steve Sharkey and his wife, Bonnie, of Lakeview Resort
*Steve Brooks of MVB Bank
*Bart Willis of Logan Bank and Trust
*Sam Bonasso
*Gary and Heather Cool
*Jason Minsker of Buckhannon Toyota
*Steve and Laura Van Horn
*Scott Burns of WVU Medicine
*Stan Wendholt and Rebecca Williams and her husband, of Kimball Office

As a homerun sponsor, David McCormick and Peggy Lovio will present the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center with a check matching $50 for each home run the WV Black Bears score during the 2017 season. The Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center is an organization that coordinates the efforts of professionals so that they work together and centralize the needs of children more efficiently than the traditional past.

Comfortable Space with the SleepToo Sofa from Wieland

Comfortable Space for Family Members

by Judy Crihfield |July 24, 2017 |1 Comments | Blogs

Omega Commercial Interiors partnered with Kimball Office to provide the clinics, patient rooms and waiting areas with quality furniture and finishes.

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Omega Commercial Interiors Official Home Run Sponsor Post

Official Home Run Sponsor of the West Virginia Black Bears for 2017

by Judy Crihfield |June 29, 2017 |1 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

Omega Commercial Interiors gives back to the community by being the official home run sponsor of the West Virginia Black Bears baseball team in 2017.

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David McCormick at Omega Commercial Interiors

Morgantown Chamber Honors Area Businesses

by Judy Crihfield |June 5, 2017 |0 Comments | Blogs
Published by The Dominion Post on Friday, January 26, 2017

Chamber of Commerce Hosts Awards Dinner

Four local employers —Document Solutions, Wedgewood Family Practice and Psychiatry Associates, BrickStreet Insurance and Omega Commercial Interiors, have been added to the annual business honor roll of the Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC).
They will be recognized during the annual MACC Awards Dinner today.

Small business of the year

Opening its doors in 1985, Document Solutions on Mileground Road is an office equipment supplier specializing in Xerox products along with MakerBot 3D printers. It has been named Small Business of the Year by MACC.

Bob Klein and Jennifer Bonner at Document Solutions

Bob Klein and Jennifer Bonner at Document Solutions

Owner Bob Klein said Document Solutions supplies everyone from one-man operations all the way up to Morgantown Printing and Binding, Mylan Pharmaceuticals and Mon General Hospital.

“I grew up in Point Marion. My family had a business there called Klein’s Department Store. They were in business 77 years, ” Klein said, adding that his family’s store was where he learned the meaning of service and quality. “Being in business here in Morgantown and being associated with Xerox, other than providing an income and putting three children through college, it’s the friendships and contacts I’ve made that are unbelievable.”
Klein said he’s been associated with Xerox for more than 40 years and his wife, daughter and son are also active with Document Solutions.

Medium business of the year

Wedgewood Family Practice and Psychiatry Associates Cheat lake office. From Left to Right, Frank Ortiz- Chief Operating Officer, Nancy Liddle-Administration, Dr. Brian Arthurs, Dr. Brian Dixon, Dr. Anthony Marcucci, Patricia Stewart- Administration, Dr. David Bowlin, Pam Menear- Administration, Tammy Cook- Administration, Amy Mayhugh- Administration, Jamie Martin- Administration, Dr. William Mitchell, Dr. Richard Gais.

Wedgewood Family Practice and Psychiatry Associates Cheat lake office.

Wedgewood Family Practice and Psychiatry Associates was named MACC’s medium business of the year.
The practice opened its doors on Wedgewood Drive in 1979 before moving to its current site on Van Voorhis Road four years later. The practice now boasts four sites around Monongalia County, 14 physicians and provides care to more than 20,000 patients throughout north-central West Virginia.

CEO Frank Ortiz said the honor belongs not just to the practice but to the patients and employees who have stuck by them through the years as the business grew.

“It’s been a great ride for everyone,” Ortiz said, “from those physicians and others who have come and gone to go from basically a mom-and-pop shop to a full-fledged medium business that still feels like mom and pop’s.”

Large business of the year

Brickstreet Insurance

Brickstreet Insurance

The chamber bestowed the title of Large Business of the Year to Charleston-based BrickStreet Insurance.

In 2006, West Virginia Employers’ Mutual Insurance Co., doing business as BrickStreet Insurance, became the first private company to offer workers’ compensation in West Virginia’s history. A later study by WVU found that the company directly and indirectly contributed more than $560 million and 3,500 jobs to the state’s economy in 2007.

“We are honored to receive the 2017 Large Business of the Year Award from the Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce. We value the recognition of our work and the community for their support. Our success is a tribute to the business community in our great state. We are proud to be headquartered in West Virginia,” CEO Greg Burton said.

New business of the year

Omega Commercial Interiors was named 2017’s New Business of the Year by Morgantown Chamber of Commerce.
Located on Hartman Run Road, Omega specializes in office furniture and interior consulting, servicing a wide variety of businesses and industries.

David McCormick and Peggy Lovio.

David McCormick Jr. and Peggy Schifano Lovio were also presented with the select dealer award from the Kimball Office in 2015.

Owner David McCormick said Omega opened in 2013 and has tripled in size since opening, and plans to expand to a new facility this year.

“We’re flattered and thrilled at the award simply [because] there’s so many deserving small businesses in our area and to be chosen as new business of the year attests to our business model, our staff and how hard everyone at Omega’s working,” he said. “We have great customers and it’s just very flattering.”

McCormick said he is proud that his company contributes to the local economy and throughout the state, and emphasized the importance of buying local.

In 2015, Omega Commercial Interiors on Hartman Run Road in Morgantown received an award from Kimball Office, its main supplier, designating the firm as a “select dealer” —one of only 32 in the nation.

According to the corporate web site, local owners David McCormick Jr. and Peggy Schifano Lovio, along with their associates, have about 60 years of combined experience in commercial office furniture and interior consulting.

David McCormick and Peggy Lovio.

Cheatlake – “Life Above the Ordinary ” July 2016

by Judy Crihfield |June 5, 2017 |0 Comments | Blogs

Recently, Omega Commercial Interiors was awarded a Select Dealer status by Kimball Office, a leader in innovative product solutions for the workplace.

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David and Lisa McCormick at their Cheat Lake Home.

Cheat Lake- “Life Above the Ordinary”

by Judy Crihfield |June 4, 2017 |0 Comments | Blogs

Meet the Neighbors

Cheat Lake “Life Above the Ordinary” is a social magazine exclusively for the neighborhoods surrounding Cheat Lake. “Meet the Neighbors” was published in the October 2015 edition by Kevin Armstrong.

The McCormick Family

Lisa and David McCormick enjoy the peace and quiet of living in Cheat Lake while still being close enough to get to all the action in Morgantown. David, owner of Omega Commercial Interiors and McCormick Properties, also has a consulting firm, Business Development Strategies. Lisa is a Corporate Secretary in charge of Investor Relations for MVB Bank, Inc. They frequently head into town for work, dining and fun. After a long day, they enjoy relaxing on the deck with a glass of wine and the calm surroundings of home.

David McCormick with his wife, Lisa in Florida.David and Lisa McCormick before DinnerLisa, originally from Fairmont, West Virginia, attended OIC in Fairmont and obtained her Investor Relations Certification from the University of California Irvine Extension’s online classes. She enjoys bowling, walking, eating out at favorite restaurants, and watching WVU sports. She also likes hanging out with friends and family.

David, from Logan, West Virginia, earned business degrees from WVU. He likes golf, running and exercising at Lakeview Fitness Center. He’s a big fan of WVU basketball. He also likes to head to the family farm in Monroe County for some hunting and fishing.

Together the McCormicks enjoy a nice dinner. David will often grill while Lisa prepares the vegetables to accompany the meal. When there’s no time to cook, restaurants are a big hit. The McCormicks like to frequent Table 9, Oliverios, Provoloni’s, Tropics, Sargasso and Stefanos.
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