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New Lincoln and Timeline Reps Named in Midwest

Mar 1st, 2013

Lincoln Windows and Timeline Vinyl Windows have new sales representation in the upper Midwest. Mark and Greg Klosner of the Klosner Co. will be working in conjunction with Joel Roberts of Resolve Marketing to cover its dealers in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and outstate Minnesota. Mark and Greg have continued the success of their [...]

Lincoln and Timeline Name New Northeast Reps

Dec 20th, 2012

Lincoln Windows and Timeline Vinyl Windows, based in Merrill, Wis., announce new sales representation in the northeast market. Rick Mullen and Geoff Mullen of Mullen Sales Inc. will be working in conjunction with Michael Rhein of Component Sale & Marketing, an independent sales agency, to cover the following territory: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode [...]

Heading West Pays Off for PCBC Exhibitors

Jul 2nd, 2012

While many companies flock to national trade shows such as IBS, AIA and the like, others still believe in the power of regional events such as the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC), held last week in San Francisco. While a few exhibitors were hesitant, ultimately, they said the move paid off. A factor in its [...]

Lincoln Windows is Operational Following Tornado Damage

May 18th, 2011

Steve Kahle, sales manager, Lincoln Windows, says the company is fully operational, and the company has recovered from the tornado damage that struck its plant in April. “We shipped 11 truckloads over the weekend and all employees are back and producing products,” says Kahle. We had to do some reconfiguring but we are back to [...]

Lincoln Windows Relocates Operations after Plant is Damaged by Tornado

Apr 18th, 2011

sac lancel pas cher oakley outlet store Company representatives for Lincoln Windows say the company is making significant progress in re-starting operations at its Merrill, Wis., plant that was severely damaged by a tornado that touched down on Sunday, April 10. “Customer service is back and our computers are up and running,” says Steve Kahle, [...]