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The United Way of Tennessee has named Delta Faucet Co. as the recipient of its "2005 Spirit of Tennessee Award."
The Manhattan Chapter of the NKBA will sponsor its 4th Annual Product Fair next month in New York.
The Swan Corp. is helping Habitat for Humanity St. Louis with the construction of 20 new homes.
Holiday Kitchens, a custom cabinet manufacturer based here, has presented Wayne Stefanko of Dublin, OH with its "Rep of the Year" award.
The 2005 Kitchen & Bath Design & Remodeling Expo has already surpassed the number of booths and companies that participated in the 2004 inaugural event
Doug Dwyer, owner and president of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen by Worldwide, has been named the 2005 recipient of "The John Quaregna Award for Young Professionals."
New appointments in the world of Kitchen and Bath.
Want to sell more projects, retain more clients, generate more referrals and establish your design firm as THE place to go when homeowners are looking for a remodeled kitchen or bath?
Not every kitchen and bath remodel has to break the bank. Just ask Michael Anschel of Otogawa-Anschel Design-Build, in Minneapolis, MN.
HAWTHORNE WOODS, IL - The owners of this home, located here, both love to cook, but their existing 1970s kitchen was not very accommodating.
New Places was recognized at this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
One of the most powerful, yet most frequently misunderstood, concepts in marketing today is the idea of establishing a position for your business.
There are numerous opportunities to show or display new products on the showroom floor.
Snaidero USA, the American marketing arm of Italian cabinet manufacturer Snaidero, recently honored its network of more than 25 showrooms.
MyHome is now headlining just minutes from this city's famed Broadway.
Home Décor Products, Inc., a leading online retailer of home improvement products, has recently launched a Developer Services Division.
Standardizing fabrication methods can help to improve the efficiency, and profitability, of your business.
As a design professional, what do you foresee as the main boon, or hindrance, to the kitchen and bath industry in the near future?
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