October 3, 2007 | Vol 2, Num 39
W&D Weekly, Delivering the Fenestration Industry to Your Desktop

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Window & Door Honors 2007 Dealers of the Year
Logo for the 2007 Dealers of the Year programWindow & Door magazine is pleased to announce the 2007 Dealers of the Year award winners. The program honors two companies as the top Overall Excellence winners, and seven Focused Excellence winners... read more

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Lowe’s announced plans to open 135 to 145 new stores in 2008 and step up efforts to boost installed sales... read more

Pro-Build Adds Idaho Lumberyard
Lumbermens has acquired Alpine Lumber Supply, an Idaho-based supplier of building materials... read more

BMC West Sells Colorado Business Units
BMC West Corp. has sold three business units to West Canyon Investments, an affiliate of Harbert Lumber... read more

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The Talk...

How does your company celebrate Halloween?
We all wear costumes and celebrate the holiday.
Most of us dress up; someone usually brings some cider.
A few people might work in a costume.
We don't—it's just another workday.

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John Swanson,
associate publisher of Window & Door

“What should I be for Halloween?” It’s October now, and if you’re like me and have kids, that question has probably popped up around your house already. Of course, we all know Halloween isn’t just for kids anymore, and I know our home office at the National Glass Association in Virginia isn’t the only place of business where employees come to work dressed up on Halloween—some even hoping for the coveted “best costume” award.

So, I thought we could have a little fun with this week’s poll and find out whether the window and door industry is celebrating Halloween, and I want details too.
Email and tell me what happens at your company. And while I may not be giving out a “best costume” award, send me photos of yourself and your fellow employees from last year and let’s really see how the industry gets into the spirit of things.

RESULTS AND COMMENTS FROM LAST WEEK'S POLL—"Is the window and door market splitting into high- and low-end segments, with little in between?": Apparently so, and more of the industry is going upscale.
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