Stevens Industries, Inc. Announces Promotion of Jason Woomer

Stevens Industries, Inc. Announces Promotion of Jason Woomer

Previous experience in the construction industry has given Woomer good insight in his role with Stevens. “Stevens has a great reputation, so when the opportunity presented to join the team, I was pleased,” he said. “My role within the company has evolved with an increased focus on our casework division. Over the last five years, we’ve invested significantly into our production capabilities. These advancements have situated us to provide customers the best options for their casework and millwork needs. I look forward to working with our talented dealer network to reach new customers and expand markets.”

Stevens Advantage, the casework and millwork division of Stevens Industries, Inc. supplies cabinetry to schools, hospitals, libraries and offices across the country. The Teutopolis-based company builds more than 750 cabinets each day. Their network of 17 casework dealers covers approximately 40 states.

Mike Gibson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing commented, “Jason has seen great success building casework programs for our national accounts. With his hands-on knowledge of the production process and material applications, in addition to sales experience, he’ll be a tremendous resource to our dealers.”

Stevens Industries, Inc. is an industry leader in commercial casework, millwork, countertops, solid surface and decorative surfaces. The company is 100-percent employee owned by its 550 associates.

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