Northeastern Log Homes, Inc. Launches Expansion in Five Midwest States — Regional Headquarters is in Louisville, KY

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Northeastern Log Homes, Inc. is expanding sales in the Midwest with a network of full-time Certified Sales Representatives in five states. Regional headquarters is in Louisville, KY, tel 800 451-2724. Northeastern Log Homes manufactures complete log home packages in Kenduskeag, ME, near Bangor. The company is a member of the Log Homes Council of the National Association of Homebuilders.

- Northeastern Log Homes, Inc. is expanding its Midwest sales force with a network of full-time Certified Sales Representatives who will market the company's log homes in a five-state region. The states include Michigan, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana as well as Kentucky. The company’s model home and offices in LaGrange, Kentucky, outside Louisville, will serve as a regional training-center and headquarters to oversee the operation. With a 60-acre manufacturing facility in Kenduskeag, Maine, Northeastern was founded in 1972 and, in 1976, established a model home and office in Kentucky.

In response to current regional requirements, Certified Sales Representatives will be closer to their customers and able to play a more active, hands-on role in the building process.

Says Jonathan French, Northeastern Log Homes, CEO, "With Certified Sales Representatives working through a regional headquarters in Louisville, we’ll have a team of independent business professionals in place who are able to maintain our product knowledge standards and offer superb local service."

As part of the expansion strategy, the company is recruiting business owners and professionals who work full-time in the log home and other systems-built home industries; residential construction, and real estate sales. The company is also recruiting qualified owners and builders of Northeastern Log Homes who are familiar with the product.

Promotions & Appointments

Northeastern Log Homes’ Jon Bednarski, who has managed the Louisville sales operation for 24 years, has been promoted to regional sales manager. Bednarski will recruit, train and supervise Certified Sales Representatives from the company’s sales center and office in LaGrange, Kentucky.

Dan Golemboski, who joined Northeastern in 1999, has been named a Certified Sales Representative for the Louisville territory. Golemboski, a licensed general contractor, will also be based at the model home in La Grange. Additionally, Joseph Gill, a Northeastern Log Homes builder with 20 years of experience, has joined the company as a Certified Sales Representative. Gill will serve central Indiana from his model home and office in Greenfield,

Indiana.

"Our goal calls for having 10-12 fully-qualified Certified Sales Representatives in place in the five states within 24 months," Explains Bednarski. He adds, "With local representation and regional control in LaGrange, we’ll be well-positioned to respond to the needs of the consumer, compete effectively in these states and continue to reinforce the Northeastern brand through our network of highly trained and motivated professionals."

In addition to expanding in this market, Northeastern continues to operate and increase the number of company-owned model homes staffed by full-time sales associates. For details on the new Certified Sales Representative program, contact Jon Bednarski, Northeastern Log Homes, LaGrange (Louisville) Kentucky, at 800-451-2724.

Background

Founded in l972, Northeastern Log Homes designs, manufactures and sells custom and standard log homes in both its Premiere and Traditional Home Series, as well as a line of recreational camps and cabins.

The company produces complete EasyBuild® homes and cabins at its facilities in Kenduskeag, Maine. Every home package is precut and numbered and includes national brand components such as Andersen® Windows and Frenchwood® Doors, Therma-Tru® Doors and Owens Corning Shingles. The company markets products through company-owned models and Certified Sales Representatives.

A member of the Logs Homes Council of the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) in Washington, DC, Northeastern helped establish log-grading standards that have enhanced consumer confidence in systems-built log homes. Today, over 95 percent of log homes sold in America are year-round residences.

Northeastern’s Classic Post & Beam Division (http://www.classicpostandbeam.com) manufactures and markets post and beam or timberframe homes. The company also owns and operates Old Town Lumber in Old Town, Maine, a lumber producer and wholesaler serving the US and Canada. Northeastern’s Total Wood Care division (http://www.totalwoodcare.com) markets stains and other products used in log home construction, maintenance and restoration.

Northeastern model homes and sales offices are in Kenduskeag (Bangor), Maine; Groton, Vermont; Westfield, Massachusetts and LaGrange (Louisville), Kentucky. The Classic Post & Beam model home is in York, Maine. In addition to US sales, the company exports its homes to Japan, Israel, South Korea, Turkey, Ireland and Russia.

Northeastern Log Homes, Inc.    

10 Ames Road PO Box 46        

Kenduskeag, ME 04450

http://www.northeasternlog.com            

Contact: Dick Pirozzolo

Pirozzolo Company Public Relations

781-235-9911

(dick@pirozzolo.com)

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