Video: BMC’s Design Center in Dallas
On Jan. 15, this upscale center will set the stage for the unveiling of the January issue of HBSDealer.
Developed with a sense of Dallas’ architectural history and located in the Dallas Design District, a revitalization project in the heart of the city, the BMC Design Center in Dallas brings indoor living spaces to life.
Opened in 2015, the 4,200-sq.-ft. space features specialty millwork, cabinets and countertops, designer hardware, windows, doors, and more for kitchens, living rooms and bathrooms. Builders, designers and homeowners are equally comfortable in BMC’s Design Center, which is described as a facility that “feels more like a model home than a traditional retail showroom.”
On Jan. 15, the Dallas Design Center will host an unveiling of the BMC-focused January issue of HBSDealer, attended by BMC’s executive leadership team and other special guests. For more information, contact Amy Grant at [email protected], or Greg Cole at [email protected].
Tractor Supply board members recognized
Three female members of board of directors are spotlighted on ‘Most Influential’ list.
Tractor Supply Company announced that 3 members of its board of directors – Cynthia Jamison, Edna Morris and Denise Jackson – have been named to Women Inc. Magazine’s 2018 Most Influential Corporate Directors list.
The 2018 list features a comprehensive directory of influential female directors, executives, influencers and achievers who are currently serving on the boards of S&P 500/Big-Cap publicly held companies and making impacts through their leadership.
“At Tractor Supply, we are proud to congratulate the three talented women on our Board who have been named among the Women Inc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors of 2018,” said Greg Sandfort, Tractor Supply CEO. “Tractor Supply’s 29,000 team members are honored to have such exemplary leaders helping to guide our future.”
Jamison serves as chairman of the board at Tractor Supply and is the senior-most member of the board, having served since 2002. From 2010 to 2014, Jamison served as lead independent director of the Company.
Morris has been a director on the Tractor Supply Board since 2004, making her the second longest-serving director. Currently, she serves as CEO of Range Restaurant Group. She has over 40 years of executive leadership experience in restaurant and investment organizations of various sizes and types.
Jackson was elected as a director on the Tractor Supply Board in May 2018 and has served as chief legal officer and corporate secretary for AMN Healthcare Services, Inc. since 2000.
“It is essential that the achievements and success of professional women are showcased in the highest regard and their stories are told in meaningful ways. Women Inc. is proud to recognize this distinguished group of women serving on public boards,” said Catrina Young, executive vice president and chief communications officer of Women Inc. Magazine. “We are inspired by these accomplished executives, their distinguished careers and the corporations that demonstrate inclusive board composition. We offer congratulations and appreciation to the directors recognized in Women Inc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors edition for their leadership.”
Tractor Supply Company is in its 80th year of operation and operates more than 1,740 stores in 49 states and an e-commerce website. Tractor Supply Company also owns and operates Petsense, a specialty pet retail operation with 181 Petsense stores in 27 states.
Simpson Strong-Tie aids California fire relief efforts
Fastener manufacturer donates $10,000 to American Red Cross.
Simpson Strong-Tie, the fastener and structural connector manufacturer and building solutions provider, has donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to assist with relief efforts for communities affected by the wildfires in Northern and Southern California.
Both ends of the state have experienced massive devastation from the blazes. The Camp Fire that began in Butte County has claimed the lives of at least 84 people, with more than 800 individuals still reported as missing.
“Along with so many others, employees at our headquarters in Northern California and at our Riverside manufacturing facility in Southern California have been directly affected by the fires,” said Simpson Strong-Tie Chief Operating Officer Ricardo Arevalo. “Our thoughts go out to everyone as the work to contain these blazes continues.”
To make a contribution and aid in disaster recovery efforts through the American Red Cross, visit redcross.org or send a donation to your local Red Cross chapter