This week, LP officially kicked off the 2016 Engineered Excellence Tour, a mobile event that travels to dealers and lumberyards across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. The purpose of the LP Engineered Excellence Tour is to offer builders a chance to learn more about LP’s offerings through informational and interactive product demonstrations.
We know that builders appreciate seeing products in action. With the Engineered Excellence Tour, we show how our products will work in real-life applications on a jobsite. Since the events run during lunch, we encourage all attendees to take a break as we fire up the grill and serve a complimentary meal to show our appreciation for customers visiting the event!
If you live in the Southeast or Mid-Atlantic region, check out the tour schedule below to see if we are stopping at a dealer near you. Mark your calendar now, and make plans to attend!
April 28 – Franklin, TN at Huskey Building Supply
April 29 – Murfreesboro, TN at Haynes Brothers Lumber Company
May 2 – Ringgold, GA at Junior’s Building Materials
May 3– Alpharetta, GA at TopGolf Alpharetta (Hosted by Carter Lumber)
May 4 – Alpharetta, GA at TopGolf Alpharetta (Hosted by BMC Stock)
May 6 – Gainesville, GA at Builders FirstSource
May 9 - Mebane, NC at Mebane Lumber Building Supply
May 10 – Garner, NC at STOCK Building Supply
May 11 – Raleigh, NC at STOCK Building Supply
May 12 – Youngsville, NC at STOCK Building Supply
May 13 – Apex, NC at STOCK Building Supply
May 17 – Apex, NC at Builders FirstSource
May 18 – Morrisville, NC at Professional Builders Supply
May 19 – Roanoke, VA at Ideal Building Supply
June 7 – Manassas, VA at Barrons Lumber Manassas
June 8 – Gaithersburg, VA at Barrons Lumber Gaithersburg
June 9 – Rockville, MD at Barrons Lumber Rockville
June 13 – Edgewater, MD at J.F. Johnson Lumber Co.
June 14 – Arnold, MD at 84 Lumber
June 15 – Leonardtown, MD at Dunkirk Supply
June 16 – Owings, MD at Dunkirk Supply
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