Bath Refinishing St. Louis Breaks 34 Year Old Sales Record Despite Economy. Growth Forces Company to Hire New Employees, & Spurs Investment in a New Production Facility

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Bath Refinishing St. Louis, a family owned refinishing business since 1978, is experiencing record growth despite the tough economy. The 80% increase in sales from last year, proves the American dream is still alive and well. Hard work is still rewarded, despite the tough economy.

Bath Refinishing St. Louis shattered a 34 year old sales record this year, despite the tough economy. In 2012 their sales have increased 80% year to date, from last year. This record shattering growth has humbled owner Derek Puleo.

"When I started to embrace technology, to grow my business. I never dreamed, that I would nearly double our sales in 8 months. By harnessing the power of the internet, I saved my business. I was struggling to compete with cheap imports. Then the great recession came, and our problems grew worse. Using Angieslist, Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn, Youtube, Craigslist, Bing & our website http://www.qualityismyfirstconcern.com. I was able to engineer a very successful turn around of our locally owned, and operated St. Louis based small business."

Bath Refinishing St. Louis keeps old bathtubs, tiles, showers, sinks, and kitchen countertops out of the land fill. They help keep the St. Louis economy strong. Their main competition is from foreign imports, every project they do, saves and creates American jobs, and reinvests money in the St. Louis and US economy. They are proud of the flawless refinishing work they do, and the exceptional service they provide. This growth has enabled them to expand to a larger production facility, and to open a show room for the first time. They will be hiring at least five new people to cope with all of this growth. They are very proud of what we have achieved. The American dream is alive and well. If you are willing to focus on the solution, instead of the problem. You have to work hard to achieve success in today's economy. If you do work hard, you can prosper, despite the tough economy.

Written By: Derek Puleo - Owner Bath Refinishing St. Louis

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