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Photograph by: Carol Stewart Jay Kimbel and Tracy Scott R ubber duckies make bath time fun, and Kimbel says a big reason for continuing growth is so does Design on Tap, a bath and kitchen Tracy Scott, lead showroom consultant for almost gallery where you’ll find a wide array 4 years. Her first question for customers, whether of faucets and fi xtures, plus friendly, they are homeowners, contractors, plumbers or knowledgeable people to help along the way. architects, is “How can I help you?” followed by, “What is your budget?” 400 E. McBee Avenue, Suite 109 Jay Kimbel started out managing a warehouse Greenville for Cregger Company, a plumbing distribution “If I can keep the customer on-budget, they walk 864.527.3841 company spanning the Carolinas and Georgia. He out happy and their builder is happy too,” she now heads up the Greenville plumbing, heating says. The store stocks traditional, transitional and and air division and is branch manager for Design contemporary looks at a variety of price points. Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm on Tap, a division of Cregger Co. He loves seeing She says her boss, Kimbel, sets a great example Bath and Kitchen Design customers – who sometimes walk in with a plan by going the extra mile to help customers, and and sometimes have no idea where to begin – she makes sure to do the same. “We give people walk out satisfied with their selections and their time to look, offer them coffee, and treat them like shopping experience. family,” she says. 78 behind the counter | 2012