UNION CITY, Ind. - Frank Miller Lumber, the premier provider of exceptional quartersawn and plain sawn hardwoods, announces the promotion of Josh Brennan to vice president of sales. Brennan is responsible for directing the sales activities of the organization. He will assist in developing and maintaining company relationships with vendors, distributors or other external organizations, and work with the design and architecture communities as well as customers to implement premium hardwoods in designs and projects.
"We're excited to bring Josh into this position," said Dan Hackett, president and CEO of Frank Miller. "His background in leadership, decision making and management skills, as well as his experience with Frank Miller, will be great assets to our existing strengths and support us in creating new sales strategies."
Brennan has been with Frank Miller Lumber for more than 13 years, contributing his skills and services to many facets of the organization, primarily in managing the Frank Miller Outlet retail store. The outlet has since grown to become a critical part of the company's business. Located at the Frank Miller headquarters in Union City, Ind., it features a half-million board-feet of quartersawn and plain sawn lumber, a full line of veneer core hardwood plywood, and a wide variety of domestic and exotic wood species.
"We appreciate the effort from Josh and his team in helping us create a strong organization," added Hackett. "We know he will continue to play an important part in our ongoing expansion."
About Frank Miller Lumber (www.frankmiller.com)
Frank Miller helps architects and designers realize the elegance and durability of quartersawn hardwoods in the most distinctive architectural endeavors. Established in 1903 and located in Union City, Indiana, Frank Miller produces exceptionally fine quartersawn and plain sawn hardwoods for manufacturers of fine furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork and flooring. Frank Miller's quartersawn products are used in high-end commercial and residential construction around the globe where there is a significant architectural/design element to the project's cabinets, millwork and flooring.
Source: Frank Miller Lumber
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