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Hallmark Hardwoods: Rich in history, quality

by Steven Feldman

Ontario, Calif.—The name Hallmark is much more synonymous with greeting cards than flooring, but Hallmark Hardwoods owner Tony Pan has quietly been making history in the U.S. for nearly 15 years. That’s longer than many of his competitors and certainly longer than all those who import from China. In fact, it can be argued that Pan played a significant role in their success. Continue reading Hallmark Hardwoods: Rich in history, quality

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Improving economy gives hope

by Matthew Spieler

While every flooring category has been hit hard by the recession, perhaps none more so than wood—in the five years following its high water mark in 2006, the segment is down 40%. So it should come as no surprise as the economy shows signs of steady improvement manufacturers feel the slide is finally over. Continue reading Improving economy gives hope