MONROE, Conn. – As the school year winds down, things are just ramping up for Lucie Voves and Church Hill Classics, the Monroe-based custom framing company.
Voves founded Church Hill Classics out of her basement in Newtown in 1991. Today her company operates out of a 47,000 square foot facility in Monroe. She also employs 100 workers.
“Lucie has been creating Connecticut jobs and Connecticut-made products for over 25 years," Sen. Chris Murphy said in a statement She’s stayed true to her Connecticut roots, and she’s set her employees and her company up for success. That’s something to be proud of."
The Monroe company has manufactured more than a million frames for their customers. They serve more than 1,600 accredited higher learning organizations, as well as the U.S. military, professional associations, Barnes & Noble College, Matthews Book Company, Texas Book Company, and various independent college bookstores.