"We originally considered starting a new business for this venture, but decided to revive an old company, with a rich history, and heritage instead, and The McCloud River Lumber Company fit the bill perfectly"
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Bloomington, MN (PRWEB) July 12, 2011
After more than 45 years of dormancy, The McCloud River Lumber Company has been revived by a West Virginia investor group for the purpose of manufacturing high quality wood products for distribution in the USA, and abroad. The company was originally established in 1897 in California, and once had a mill in McCloud, CA. which is a former company town. "We originally considered starting a new business for this venture, but decided to revive an old company, with a rich history, and heritage instead, and The McCloud River Lumber Company fit the bill perfectly," said Jason Rohr, spokesman for the company.
There will be a few differences in the company today, versus in it's hay day in the early to mid twentieth century, mainly location. The old company , a California native which originally operated in the Mt. Shasta region, will now have it's principle operations in the Eastern USA, where it is well situated in the center of the Eastern Appalachian hardwoods that it will use to manufacture it's high quality wood products. The company will make crown moulding, casing, and various other wood products for market in the U.S., and around the world.
The company will also provide an online store, where the general public can order its products mill direct, and at wholesale prices to save lots of money. "The selling point for our product is that it is not only beautiful, but tough, durable, and you just cant find it made this way anymore," says the company's spokes person Jason Rohr. "Our products are not even comparable to what you will find anywhere else, as far as quality goes, our prices are competitive, and we stand behind our product with a 100% satisfaction Guarantee." Rohr goes on to say, "I would really like to see this old company do things its original founders never even dreamed possible, the sky really is the limit, who knows, maybe we will even take this old girl back home some day."