December 5, 2007 | Vol 2, Num 48
W&D Weekly, Delivering the Fenestration Industry to Your Desktop

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Several new species added to exterior frame and door component line
from Woodgrain Millwork

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HUMAN RESOURCES
Establish a Buddy System for New Hires

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The Latest...

Precision Entry Changing Name
Photo of Provia employeesPrecision Entry Inc. reports that effective January 1, its new name will be ProVia Door. The company currently operates under the Precision Entry, Sugarcreek Industries, and Monarch IG names... read more

2008 Trends and Outlook
Limit worrying about the present and focus on the future. That is, in part, the advice offered by investment banker Michael Collins in his recent Industry Update Webinar... read more

Chinese Window and Door Demand to Grow 11 Percent Annually
Demand for windows and doors in China is projected to increase 11 percent per year through 2011, to $26.5 billion... read more

Now Online—Products to Appear at
Builders' Show
Visit www.windowanddoor.net for a preview showcasing window and door industry products to be featured at the International Builders' Show in February. We will update this section constantly until the end of the show... read more

The Outside View......

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The Talk...

e-Poll
If you were going to the polls today, which candidate would you vote for?
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
Duncan Hunter
John McCain
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Tom Tancredo
Fred Thompson
I voted (or should have) in last week's Democratic poll.


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John Swanson,
editor/
associate publisher of Window & Door

Well, it seems I’m not the only one who wanted to have a little fun and inaugurate the first-ever window and door industry presidential poll. Last week’s WDweekly poll drew an unprecedented response—with more than 700 votes cast.

Okay, they weren’t actually all votes—just over half the responses came from those of you who said you’d vote in this week’s poll, when we look for the industry’s favorites among the Republicans, so, now’s your chance.

And don’t just vote—let me know why you like your candidate or why you don’t like someone. Email me and let me know who you think would be best for our country or our industry.

RESULTS AND COMMENTS FROM LAST WEEK'S POLL—"If you were going to the polls today, which candidate would you vote for?": Last week was the Democrats’ turn, and there’s a clear favorite. Click here to find out more...
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