Poly-Wood announces executive promotion
Syracuse, Ind.-based Poly-Wood Inc., a manufacturer of high-performance, eco-friendly casual outdoor furniture, announced the recent promotion of Chad Yordy to VP sales and marketing.
Yordy initially joined Poly-Wood in 2006 as director of sales for the contract division. In his new position, Yordy, who will continue to be responsible for the expansion of sales and distribution channels, also will coordinate the company’s growth strategies.
“Our growth in the coming years will focus on the convergence of technology and marketing initiatives,” said Yordy in a prepared statement. “I am looking forward to leading our efforts to implement unified sales and technology strategies and to the growth that can result.”
In addition to its casual furniture manufacturing operation, the company is also an industry leader in the manufacturing and marketing of plastic lumber to multiple industries from landscaping to farming. Poly-Wood also recently acquired the Image Group, a leading design and advertising firm serving northeastern Indiana.
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UGL holds dealer giveaway
Specialty Paint Manufacturer United Gilsonite Laboratories (UGL) will celebrate its 80th anniversary in 2012 by randomly selecting one retailer order per month and awarding the winner the order free (maximum $1000 credit), a total of 12 orders.
“It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and loyal customers to make it all work,” said Bob Connolly, UGL national sales manager. “This is our way of showing customers we value their business, we understand economic times are tough, and we want to do our part to make sure we are all successful.”
Dealers can get more information regarding the order giveaway through their UGL sales representative or by calling UGL at (800) 845-5227.
Based in Scranton, Pa., UGL makes ZAR wood finishing products and Drylok masonry waterproofer.
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Schlage launches new alarmed lock
Schlage has launched what it claims is the first and only alarmed lock aimed at the DIY market. Specifically engineered to detect vibration and motion at first contact with a door or handle, the alarmed lock is easily adjusted to a choice of settings that can be changed either day-to-day or over the years as security needs change.
The easy-to-install, battery-operated units cost approximately $99 and are available at homedepot.com , select Home Depot stores, Lowes.com, Amazon.com, and Build.com. The alarmed lock will be available later in 2012 at Lowe’s stores.
A division of Ingersoll Rand, Schlage is marketing the new product as both a burglar alarm and a monitor for small children, elderly parents and special needs family members. Designed to fit on existing pre-drilled doors, it installs with just a screwdriver, requiring no wiring. It operates on two AAA batteries, which are included.
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