Log Home Dealers Wanted: Cedar Knoll Log Homes Expanding Dealer Network

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Cedar Knoll Log Homes (http://www.loghomeslogcabins.com), a leading Adirondack log home designer and manufacturer, announces the appointments of two new key members to its management team: Adam Bouchard, Director of Domestic Distributor Sales and Melanie Bouchard, Director of International Distributor Sales. Both joined the company in August 2007 and are responsible for developing and growing Cedar Knoll Log Homes' dealer networks.

Cedar Knoll Log Homes (http://www.loghomeslogcabins.com), a leading Adirondack log home designer and manufacturer, announces the appointments of two new key members to its management team: Adam Bouchard, Director of Domestic Distributor Sales and Melanie Bouchard, Director of International Distributor Sales. Both joined the company in August 2007 and are responsible for developing and growing Cedar Knoll Log Homes' dealer networks.

Ron Marx, president of Cedar Knoll Log Homes, said, "I am excited to add Adam and Melanie to our management team. Interest from potential dealers and distributors has continued to grow as the Cedar Knoll Log Homes brand has become synonymous with high-quality log homes and log cabins that an average person can afford. We created these new positions to provide better service and support to our existing log home dealer network. Additionally, they will focus on creating the necessary infrastructure to meet the rising demand from log home builders, contractors and real estate brokers who want to partner with an award-winning log home manufacturer."

Adam Bouchard, Director of Domestic Distributor Sales, commented, "We have developed a three-tiered log home distributor program. Our Referral Representative Program is ideally suited for anyone who owns a Cedar Knoll Log Home or is a log home enthusiast who wants the ability to earn extra income for successfully referring buyers to Cedar Knoll Log Homes. The Independent Sales Representative Program is geared towards log home builders or contractors who want to be more actively involved in the log home purchase decision-making process with their customers. Independent reps earn a 6% commission. And finally, our Wholesale Representative Program is best suited for smaller, locally-focused lumber retailers/wholesalers who need access to quality pine and cedar log timbers to supply their local customers."

Melanie Bouchard, Director of International Distributor Sales, added, "Our International distributor programs are structured the same way to ensure we have consistency and continuity in all our distributor dealings. We have dealer training and support programs available and we provide cooperative advertising allowances for each level of participation. We feel strongly that these new log home dealer programs are among the most competitive in the log home industry. I encourage anyone who thinks this opportunity may be right for them to contact us immediately."

"It is our mission to make affordable log homes and log cabins more readily available to anyone who's ever wanted to build one. I believe these new dealer programs will not only help us accomplish our mission, but also create financially rewarding business opportunities for many log home enthusiasts," Marx concluded.

Cedar Knoll Log Homes (CK Log Homes) is a family-owned business that has been designing and manufacturing custom and kit log homes and log cabins since 1979. CK Log Homes headquarters, 20,000 square foot state-of-the-art milling facility, and a 1680 square foot beautifully appointed log home model, are situated between the Adirondack Mountains and the shores of Lake Champlain in Plattsburgh, NY. CK Log Homes uses only the finest Adirondack cedar and pine available and dries all its logs at the company's onsite kiln. Prospective log home / log cabin buyers, builders, contractors, wholesalers or dealers are encouraged to call 800-644-3564 for additional information or visit http://www.loghomeslogcabins.com.

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