Category : Dealer Profile

ENTREPRENEURS OF THE YEAR: 2016

January 4, 2016

LBM Journal’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards recognize three companies of different sizes who epitomize the entrepreneurial spirit. By our definition, an entrepreneur isn’t necessarily a new business. Instead, it … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: Power Townsend

November 11, 2015

The Helena, Montana LBM market might look a little crowded to an outsider. From his parking lot, Mike Wall, president at Power Townsend Company, can practically see two big box … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: Corning Building Company

October 7, 2015

A Fresh Look Steeped in History – Corning Building Company Finds a Market Right for Remodeling. A business owner whose company has been around for more than 50 years before … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: Simonson Lumber

September 1, 2015

In Fargo it’s possible to take a walk through a homebuilder’s new house before the site has been prepped and the cement poured. Really. With the help of virtual reality, … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: Spahn & Rose Lumber Co.

July 31, 2015

A New Store For a New Kind of Customer – Iowa-based Spahn & Rose Lumber Co. more than tripled the size of its flagship store, and the investment is paying … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: HEP Sales

July 2, 2015

Growth via opportunity – HEP Sales in Upstate New York is built on success from diverse product offerings, and is grounded in old-fashioned service. There was a day in 1988 … Read More

DEALER PROFILE: Drexel Building Supply

June 8, 2015

‘Doing ordinary things extraordinarily well’ is just one of the secrets to Drexel Building Supply’s success.

DEALER PROFILE: HPM Building Supply

May 4, 2015

A Bond Of Ownership – After 94 years, HPM Building Supply continues to evolve and innovate.

DEALER PROFILE: Playing to Your Strengths

February 6, 2015

Mill Creek Lumber and Supply’s active approach to technology helps drive its business forward.

ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2015

January 2, 2015

  This year’s winners—Hayward Lumber, Christensen Lumber and Hoskins Building Center—represent vastly different operations.