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Meet your Budget Blinds Team of Fairfield & Vacaville!
Toni got her start in the window coverings business in 1991 while raising her two kids. In March of 2007, she embarked on her new journey of owning Budget Blinds of Solano County. Since then, Toni and her team have won the Vacaville Reporter's "Best Of" Window Coverings Service for 10 years in a row! Toni loves interior design and is known to binge watch Fixer Upper on HGTV. She loves being outdoors, the beach, going to Sacramento Kings basketball games, keeping up her yard, and spending time with her family and dog, Kooper.
Lead Design Consultant
Danyea has lived in Solano County since she was five years old, and she now raises her family in Vacaville. She loves watching her kids dance and play sports, traveling the world with her family, wine nights with her girls, and surrounding herself with loved ones. Before joining the Budget Blinds team, Danyea worked with a local newspaper and worked directly with businesses in our community. She has now been with us for over 3 years. Danyea enjoys meeting so many nice people and helping her customers make their home the one of their dreams. Her favorite products are shutters, because they are easy to clean, child safe, insulating, and forever in style!
Jade was born and raised in Benicia, and she is now raising her family in Dixon. In her free time, Jade loves listening to live music and planning weekend getaways with her two sons. She has been with the Budget Blinds team for over two years. During her first year at Budget Blinds, Jade acted as the Customer Service Coordinator before being promoted to Design Consultant - she finds it beneficial to know all facets of the business. Jade loves meeting new customers and helping them select the best products for their needs and style. Jade's favorite products are shutters, because they are low maintenance, beautiful, and so versatile in their function.
Customer Service and Office Manager
Amy has lived in Solano County her entire life and has raised her daughter in Fairfield. Before joining the Budget Blinds team, Amy worked in retail management with a home furnishing company - a perfect fit for us! Outside of work, her life is consumed with activities with her family. Amy loves the sunshine, and her favorite motto is "Love all. Trust few. Do wrong to no one."
Although Josh has been a part of his mom's business since she bought the franchises, he has been working for her as an installer for four years. Before working at Budget Blinds, Josh worked in customer service in Solano County and has found a love for working with his hands. He loves the beach, playing his guitar, and listening to reggae and country music. Josh enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and his new puppy, Gibson. Josh's favorite product is sliding panels because they are sleek and functional.
Danielle Kopechny Russy
Danielle has worked at Budget Blinds as an office assistant for about 2 years, and before joining our team, she worked in child care with young kids. Danielle and her husband just purchased their first home in Solano County and are excited to begin raising their family in the area. Danielle loves to garden, go to the beach, and walk her dog.
Chrissy has worked at Budget Blinds for about three years as our Installation Coordinator, and before joining our team, she went to school to earn her teaching credential. She has lived in Solano County for 15 years and loves raising her family here. Chrissy enjoys watching her kids play softball, and she herself also plays on weekends. She also likes to go camping with her family and friends.
Toni Parkhurst of Budget Blinds of Fairfield & Vacaville is the recipient of a Budget Blinds Heart & Home Giving Back Award for her service to the Fairfield/Vacaville/Rio Vista community on behalf of her franchise, per a news release.
The award is given annually to a Budget Blinds franchisee ” who best embodies the brand’s long-term commitment to caring and giving-back to local communities and individual lives through financial support, volunteerism and ongoing partnership,” according to the release.
The award was presented by Budget Blinds President Doug Phillip at the 2020 Bring it Home convention for Budget Blinds franchisees.
“The Heart & Home Giving Back Award represents the essence of what Budget Blinds does as a home improvement and home enhancement brand,” Phillip said in a statement. “We want to be there to care for our customers whenever they need us, and to help them transform their house into the home of their dreams.”
Parkhurst, a Vacaville resident, was given the award for her work with the Vacaville Convalescent and Rehabilitation Center, which houses 125 patients in long-term and memory care as well as short-term rehabilitation. Parkhurst has visited convalescent homes in her area along with her family and staff for the last four years to spend time with residents, offer gifts and be in charge of seasonal activities.
“I was very close to my grandmother who lived to be 96 so I have a soft spot for the elderly,” Parkhurst said in a statement. “They are such amazing souls who have so much we can learn from, but they are often forgotten and many times neglected. Adopting the residents of homes in our area as…both a family and business seemed like such a natural thing to do – and we continue to gain so much from the experience.”
Parkhurst was proud of the work she and her staff have done.
“Linking our personal charitable mission to our business allows us to involve our customers and neighbors to impact more lives,” Parkhurst added. “We’ve also found that giving back brings us closer as a team and strengthens our roots within our community. Budget Blinds of Fairfield & Vacaville has grown simply by committing our time and effort to the very community we serve.”
Budget Blinds is the largest window covering business in North America, serving more than 10,000 communities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The other two franchisees honored were Dawn Cameron of Medicine Hat, Alberta; and Adam and Tara Balding of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Both were recipients of the Budget Blinds Cares Award, which honors franchisees who have demonstrated volunteerism and public service.