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{mosimage}Pat and David Penny started selling Rainbow Vacuums in 1982 and have been at their present location at 303 E. Main Street in Clayton for 25 years (since February of 1984). David is retired military and Pat was formerly with Civil Service employed by the Army in Frankfurt Germany, and at Pope Air Force Base NC. They live at McGee’s Crossroads (which they say will be town too one day) and attend Johnston Memorial Church there. Both of their children, Davey and Keri, feel like they were “raised on Main Street” at the Rainbow Store during their early formative years.

Davey is married to Angel Coats Penny and has a daughter, Reese. Keri will graduate from East Carolina in December with a degree in marketing and communications and will be seeking local employment. The Rainbow store also served as “headquarters” for the “Johnson County Relay for Life” for the past 15 years since Pat was the Relay Chairman during that time. Pat and David Penny sell and service “Rainbow Vacuums” – the best cleaning system in the world because it uses “water” to filter out dust and germs rather than allowing these allergens to be exhausted back into the home as with traditional filter type systems. Regular vacuum bags and filters clog up cutting down maximum air flow which inhibits their ability to pick up all the dirt and dust. There is nothing on a Rainbow that can’t be fixed or replaced and it maintains a high trade-in value.

The environmentally friendly Rainbow is a wet and dry vacuum as well as a certified air cleaner. It has an 8-year warranty on the motor, and services a s total “home wellness machine” as it improves the indoor air quality helping people who suffer with allergies and asthmas breathe easier! Rainbows are made in the USA in Cadillac, Michigan, and are sold in 83 counties. Pat and David invite you to call them at 919-553-5390 if you are interested in sales opportunities, or to set up an appointment for an in-home Rainbow presentation to learn more about what a really clean home looks and smells like.