Happy New Year!

I hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday season.  I want to thank each and every one of our customers for their business in 2012.  As always, my wish is that we both can continue to grow and build solid relationships with our customers and vendors.

Now it’s time to buckle down and get to work, right?  If you are like me, the month of December is a blur.  From the moment Thanksgiving dinner is cleared from the table my “to do” list is starting to build in my head.  That list contains both personal and work tasks that need to be accomplished by year end.  Unfortunately, that list doesn’t contain goals for 2013; that’s another list that starts promptly on January 2nd.

The upcoming year’s list is filled with new product and color offerings as well as a marketing agenda that is jam-packed.  We recently launched our 5 piece door line in Summer Flame, Chocolate Peartree and Antique White.  I’m excited to announce that more colors will follow in 2013.  Additionally our one piece thermofoil collection will get a jolt of color as we bring on Tafisa’s Season matches.  Social media is going crazy right now and we are jumping on the wagon.  Our major goal this upcoming year is to use new and old media platforms to promote our products.  Chris and I will still be out hitting the pavement to show off our new offerings.  However, our main focus will be to showcase these offerings through our online network and our updated website.

If you are interested in these new offerings, drop me a line!  I’d be glad to get samples in your hands.  We will also be exhibiting at the Cabinets and Closets Expo in New Jersey at the end of February.  I’m going to try my best to get around and visit as many customers as possible this year.  If you have an immediate need, let me know and I’ll reserve time to meet with you!

Good luck with your goals and resolutions in the New Year.  I look forward to strengthening our partnership.  Do not hesitate to call or email me — my door is always open.

Wishing you all the best in 2013,

Debra Behring