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McCoy’s names new store managers

Jason Kieth and Tyler Montgomery set to helm stores in Rosenberg and Orange, Texas.

BY HBSDealer Staff

McCoy’s Building Supply has appointed Jason Kieth as store manager of its Rosenberg, Texas and Tyler Montgomery as manager of the pro dealer’s location in Orange.

Kieth has been with McCoy’s for 11 years serving in a variety of roles including commercial sales, window technician, and assistant manager where his excellent customer service skills and dedication to serving the Born-to-Build customer were continually evident, the company said. Most recently, Kieth was assistant manager of McCoy’s newest store in Alvin, Texas, before taking the helm in Rosenberg.

“I’m looking forward to meeting the folks in our market. Our store has a friendly atmosphere and we’re ready to take care of our customers building supply needs with a smile,” he says.

Montgomery began his career with McCoy’s 5 years ago working in a variety of roles, eventually joining the company’s Management Development Program and being promoted to assistant manager. Most recently, he served as assistant manager of the company’s Lufkin, Texas store and spent time at the Orange store last year providing coverage while recovering after Hurricane Harvey.

“I’m so excited to work with this crew in the Orange community. We’re ready to go above and beyond to make sure we meet and exceed the needs of our customers,” said Montgomery.

McCoy’s Building Supply serves builders, contractors, ranchers, and serious do-it-yourselfers in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, and New Mexico with 87 locations and 2 millwork facilities.

 

 

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HBSDealer Stock Watch: Trending Up

BY HBSDealer Staff
Hardware and building supply stocks climbed up the board on Monday. Of the 30 stocks tracked below, 25 finished the day higher. The biggest movers were BLDR, DE and HBP — all ups more than 3%.
Company Price Change
AWI (Armstrong) 66.20 +0.91%
BCC (Boise) 45.90 +1.55%
BECN (Beacon) 41.95 +0.22%
BLDR (Builders FS) 18.82 +3.29%
BMCH (BMC Stock) 21.65 +1.64%
BXC (BlueLinx) 37.84 -0.76%
CENT (Central Garden) 43.33 -3.58%
DE (Deere & Co.) 144.42 +3.17%
DOOR (Masonite) 72.50 +0.14%
EXP (Eagle) 108.09 +0.55%
FAST (Fastenal) 49.62 +2.92%
HBP (Huttig) 196.08 +3.41%
HD (Home Depot) 196.08 +0.82%
JELD (Jeld-Wen) 29.34 +0.89%
LL (Lumber Liquidators) 26.41 +2.64%
LOW (Lowe’s) 96.96 +0.86%
LPX (Louisiana-Pacific) 28.30 +1.25%
MAS (Masco) 38.73 +0.81%
PPG (PPG) 103.92 +0.89%
SHW (Sherwin-Williams) 415.17 +0.38%
SMG (Scotts Miracle-Gro) 87.15 +1.72%
SSD (Simpson) 64.24 -0.23%
SWK (Stanley) 135.74 +1.95%
TREX (Trex) 67.52 +0.52%
TSCO (Tractor Supply) 77.57 +1.11%
TTC (Toro) 61.84 +1.54%
UFPI (Universal Forest) 38.22 +0.42%
USG (USG) 43.24 +0.01%
WDFC (WD-40) 151.20 -0.40%
WY (Weyerhaeuser) 36.83 -1.18%
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New showrooms, new designer for Hancock Lumber

Hancock Lumber will open Home Again design showrooms at its Windham and Yarmouth locations.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Hancock Lumber said it will expand its Home Again brand with the opening of two new design showrooms at its existing Windham and Yarmouth, Maine yard locations.

“Connectivity to our lumberyard locations has proven itself with the expansion of the Home Again brand in Brunswick, Kennebunk, and North Conway over the last few years.” Hancock Lumber said on its web site. “We have assembled a team to make sure that we design and create a modern, innovative, effective showroom experience for our homeowners, builders, and employees.”

Both Home Again locations are expected to open in November of this year, the Casco, Maine-based pro dealer said. Hancock Lumber also operates a stand alone Home Again location in South Portland.

Danielle Cialino and Laura Parks of Hancock Lumber’s Home Again team.

The dealer has also hired Danielle Cialino, Hancock’s newest kitchen designer, along with Laura Parks, who will provide kitchen and bath inside sales support.

Cialino joins Hancock Lumber’s Home Again kitchen design team with 9 years of experience in remodeling and renovations, including 4 years as a kitchen and bath designer.

Parks has the kitchen and bath team and will eventually move to Hancock’s new Yarmouth location when that facility opens.

In addition to its showrooms, Hancock Lumber operates 8 retail locations and 3 sawmills in Maine, along with a yard in North Conway, N.H.

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