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August 2016 – CEO Dee Duncan Featured in Specialty Fabrics Review Discussing the Future of Our Industry. In this month’s Specialty Fabrics Review, our CEO, Dee Duncan, was featured in an article discussing the next generation of our industry. More specifically, how utilizing interns especially from Auburn University’s Supply Chain Program, can be beneficial for both the company as well as the intern in return. Check out the full article here!
April 2016 – Keyston Bros Expands Senior Management Team. We are pleased to announce the expansion of our core senior management team. Effective immediately, Eric Johnson will join our team as SVP and National Sales Manager. Johnson is charged with overseeing all Keyston Bros core sales efforts and new business development. Welcome home Eric!
April 2016 – KB Contract Makes Waves at BDwest. March 31 – April 1, KB Contract exhibited at BDwest in Los Angeles, California. With new products hitting the marketplace, it was the perfect time and place to gain some initial traction with both potential and current customers.
October 2015 – Cool Shade, Real People at IFAI. This Fall, Keyston Outdoor debuted their new brand tagline “Cool Shade, Real People” at IFAI (Industrial Fabrics Association International) in Anaheim, California. By staying true to company values and the promise to deliver exceptional customer service, Keyston Outdoor is taking the awning and canvas industry by storm!
August 2015 – CEO Dee Duncan Takes the Reins at NADFD. Earlier this month, our very own CEO, Dee Duncan, was officially installed as President of NADFD (National Association of Decorative Fabric Distributors) at the association’s annual meeting in Santa Rosa, California. “By bringing the leaders of our design community together to discuss topics such as sample trends, supply chain issues, government regulations and lifestyle changes, we exchange information and make each of our businesses stronger and serve the community better as a whole,” said Duncan.