That’s a Wrap!

That’s a Wrap!

OPX recently had the pleasure and honor to donate our time and design services to helping Community Support Services (CSS), a Gaithersburg-based nonprofit that provides services and support to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. The organization wanted to create an equitable space that employs both individuals with developmental disabilities and those who are not disabled. Nancy Corr (parent of a CSS resident and interior designer) was asked to design the space for the restaurant and she worked closely with OPX to realize a design that tells the story of CSS, healthy food, and living with our friends and families with disabilities.  OPX was more than happy to contribute. We’re happy to announce that That’s A Wrap is officially open for business!

GAITHERSBURG, MD – March 23, 2016 – The new That’s a Wrap deli on Wednesday, April 6th will host a ribbon ceremony at their Grand Opening event at 12:00pm at 12158 Darnestown Road, North Potomac, MD 20878. Prizes will be raffled and healthy snacks will be offered to attendees. That’s a Wrap deli is an exciting venture established by Community Support Services, Inc. (CSS). That’s a Wrap is a dynamic project that combines healthy food products people want with inclusive employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Everyone loves to eat, and healthy, organic ingredients make simple recipes winners. Chef Manager Adam Rast brings with him his years of restaurant experience and culinary perspective to That’s a Wrap. The menu reflects his love of nutritious, fresh ingredients and his cooking style which blends coastal Mediterranean cuisine with Pan Asian accents. Individuals with developmental disabilities work alongside non-disabled employees to produce every men item and maintain the space. Jonathan Robinson has been an employee since That’s a Wrap opened its doors and looks forward to going to work every morning. Jonathan says, “I love working at the deli. I like the people I work with and I like getting a paycheck.” That’s a Wrap’s atmosphere evokes the story of CSS and the importance of healthy food options. The décor merges outdoor elements with modern flair. When you walk in your eyes are drawn to the right wall featuring five mural panels designed by OPX Global in Washington DC. When customers come in for their fresh wrap or salad, they can also pick up specialty grocery items. That’s a Wrap focuses on local food companies such as Karlaca single-origin coffee and Michele’s granola. A variety of gourmet food products a available including local honey, Maryland crab cakes, nut mixes and unusual snacks. Additionally, the deli offers frozen entrees ready to take home, heat and enjoy. Community Support Services, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization which provides services and support to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities residing within Montgomery County, Maryland. The incorporation of healthy food options is a high priority in the organization. CSS is a partner with Red Wiggler Farm in Germantown and a long history of growing organic vegetables. One of the area’s freshest new lunch spots, That’s a Wrap is situated across from Quince Orchard High School. The deli is open six days a week from 9 to 4. Food is available to take out and there is ample seating to enjoy dining in. Patrons will enjoy fresh wraps, salads and healthy snacks in a unique casual atmosphere.

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