Professional organizing business comes to JasperJune 10, 2021
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Amy Payne, a certified professional organizer and owner of Lasting Order, announces a new location will open in Jasper on June 16.
The new Jasper location will be led by Kate Schwenk, who joined the Lasting Order team in April and is excited to bring these services to her hometown.
“It was a win-win for both of us," Schwenk said. "I had interest in becoming a professional organizer and Amy was interested in expanding her services outside of the Evansville area. The timing of our connection could not have been better."
The Lasting Order team just celebrated their 10th anniversary on June 1 and consists of five professional organizers, including Schwenk. Over the past 10 years, Lasting Order has expanded from home organizing into business productivity, senior move management and photo scanning/media conversion.
“Growing our team and adding a new location means that we are able to serve additional clients with a variety of organizing needs," Payne said. "My greatest joy is seeing clients go from overwhelmed to freedom and peace."
For more information on Lasting Order Professional Organizing Services and the new Jasper location, visit www.lastingorder.net.
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