Associations

supporting partners

fellow organizations

we're proud to partner with

National Wood Flooring Association logo

National Wood Flooring Association

The NWFA is a non-profit trade association representing all segments of the hardwood flooring industry, from manufacturers to distributors, to retailers, to installers. NWFA provides training and resources for wood flooring professionals to assure that you get high-quality flooring that will last a lifetime.

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Woodworker’s Journal

Plans, tips, techniques, and hundreds of woodworking links.

check out woodworker's journal

 
 


 

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Better Business Bureau

The Better Business Bureau is a public service organization that advocates ethical, responsible conduct in the marketplace. Through the support of business members sharing its goals and standards, the BBB offers programs that promote informed buying and giving decisions, truthful advertising and selling practices, and the resolution of marketplace disputes.

visit the Better Business Bureau

 
 


 

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Hardwood Forestry Fund

The Hardwood Forestry Fund is an educational organization dedicated to establishing sustainable hardwood forests. Since 1990, Hardwood Forestry Fund members have joined together to celebrate and conserve the beauty and sustainability of hardwoods. Through tree planting on public land, the Hardwood Forestry Fund promotes hardwood timber growth, management, environmental education, and wise use of our nation’s renewable forest resources.

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Destination Geauga

Geauga County tourism website.

Check out destination geauga

 
 


 

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NFIB

NFIB represents the interests of small and independent business owners before federal and state legislative and executive branches of government. As a matter of policy, NFIB does not endorse or promote the products and services of its members.

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