Dealer of the Year: San Antonio Lumber
Anyone who has worked at a lumberyard—not to mention owned and operated one—knows that you need to wear many hats on any given workday.
Dealer of the Year: Henry Poor Lumber
For a company to succeed in its market for 104 years and counting, Jay Andrew, president of Henry Poor Lumber said the formula is quite simple.
Dealer of the Year: Walker Lumber
You’d be hard pressed to hear a boastful word from the ownership team at Walker Lumber & Supply in Nashville, Tennessee—unless it’s about their staff.
Dealer of the Year: Koopman Lumber
In an industry in which it’s common to work alongside family members, the leadership team at Koopman Lumber demonstrates how to do so successfully while also adhering to fiercely independent values and topping an 800% revenue growth over the past 12 years.
Introducing the 2023 LBM Journal Dealers of the Year
We’re honoring dealers in four different revenue categories, from different market areas, with different backgrounds, all with countless lessons for other LBM businesses.
Dealer of the Year: TK Building Supply
LBM Journal's 2022 Dealer of the Year Awards, sponsored by Epicor, recognize four LBM companies of different sizes that epitomize the entrepreneurial spirit. By...
Dealer of the Year: Capital Lumber Company
Butch Heimsoth uses just four words to describe how he and Capital Lumber in Cheyenne, Wyoming came to be named an LBM Journal Dealer of the Year: Take care of customers.
Dealer of the Year: RAKS Building Supply
A company isn’t selected as an LBM Journal Dealer of the Year just because it has its own hot air balloon. Nor does a lumberyard have to serve as the setting for an episode of the hit TV show Breaking Bad to receive recognition.
Dealer of the Year: Spahn & Rose
LBM Journal's 2022 Dealer of the Year awards, sponsored by Epicor, recognize four LBM companies of different sizes that epitomize the entrepreneurial spirit. By...
Dealer of the Year: Krempp Lumber Company
Krempp Lumber has positioned itself for growth throughout the years through what the ownership team refers to as an “unconventional approach” to doing business.
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