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Est. 1993

Tale of the Dove

  1. Western Dovetail in on Houzz.com!

    Western Dovetail in on Houzz.com!
    // Western Dovetail, Inc. Featured on Houzz Houzz- Kitchen Ideas, Bathroom Ideas and More » Find Home Improvement Professionals- For Example: Little Rock Architect · Jacksonville Architect · Cincinnati Architect · Portland Architect · Orange County Architect · Minneapolis Architect · Bridgeport Architect · Richmond Architect ·
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  2. Western Dovetail Drawers Featured on DIY Network's House Crashers!

    A couple months ago we got a call from a local cabinetmaker who was part of a reality TV show called House Crashers. Its one of those shows where a crew comes in and remodels your home in a few days. The cabinetmaker gets to do the job for little or no money, so he asks all of his suppliers...
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  3. Max Visits the KBis show in Chicago

    The Kbis show was not as busy as some of the previous shows I have attended, but at $250 entrance fee for attendees, I would expect a smaller turnout. The attendees, however seemed to be well qualified and serious buyers. I think vendors would agree that this show was about quality not quantity. My first stop at the show...
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  4. Western Dovetail in PROfiles Magazine

    Western Dovetail Hosts CMA Professional Certification Program Rollout Event by Dana Nunes, customer service and inside sales representative, Western Dovetail (Oct 2011) What do CMA CEU Credits, Belt Sander Races and a gourmet Mexican Food lunch from an Italian Restaurant have in common? If you were at the CMA Certification Roll-Out event at the Western Dovetail facility...
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  5. Western Dovetail is Back in GROWTH Mode again... Finally!

    Western Dovetail, Inc. is almost fully recovered from the economic collapse of 2008.  Since 1993, the company had experienced a solid 15-20% annual growth up until the fourth quarter of 2008.  Sales dropped about 16% in 2009 and another 7.3% in 2010 leaving the company struggling to make ends meet while operating at about half their capacity.  The company cut...
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