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A.H. Harris & Sons Announces Open House at Stamford Location on September 18

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Open house event will allow guests to relax and enjoy a variety of construction-related vendor demos while learning more about what supplier A.H. Harris has to offer, A.H. Harris & Sons reports

West Hartford, CT, United States of America – August 29, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Construction industry supplier A.H. Harris & Sons, Inc., announced the scheduling of an open house at the company’s Stamford, Conn., location. On September 18, visitors to the branch at 226 Selleck Street in Stamford will be able to enjoy complimentary food and drinks while watching a variety of vendor demos. Bill O’Brien, the manager of the company’s Stamford branch, will also be on hand to answer questions and provide information about A.H. Harris’s many offerings.

“At A.H. Harris & Sons, we believe in working hard to understand what our customers need,” company representative Sally Harris said, “and open house events like the upcoming one at our Stamford location are an important way of staying in touch.” Founded in 1916, A.H. Harris & Sons is one of the country’s leading suppliers of concrete form-work, shoring equipment, and other building supplies. The company’s flagship Harris 1500 forming system has received a variety of industry awards and other recognitions and is considered by some of the world’s most demanding and knowledgeable construction experts to be one of the best of its kind.

With over 40 locations spread across much of the East Coast, A.H. Harris serves and supplies many of the country’s leading construction outfits. In addition to providing crucial support to a number of the highest-profile and most significant projects in the United States, the company also participates actively in a variety of industry groups and organizations, including the Associated General Contractors of America and the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute.

The recent promotion of Kimberly Corwin, who has been with A.H. Harris for more than decade, to Chief Executive Officer is a sign of the importance that the company’s directors place on this kind of engagement. In addition to helping to grow A.H. Harris’s influence through her sales and marketing efforts, Corwin has been a major force in promoting the tilt-up style of concrete construction throughout the country. Her leadership of the Tilt-Up Concrete Association while also serving as president, and now CEO, of A.H. Harris has been a model of the kind of hands-on involvement that the company stands for.

All of the A. H. Harris locations stand ready to assist customers with every conceivable construction supply need. The company’s renowned flexibility, wide selection, and unmatched service levels have contributed to its impressive growth over the past few decades, and it is set to become even more of a force in the industry. The upcoming open house on September 18 at the A.H. Harris Stamford, Conn., location will allow even those who have not dealt with the company to become accustomed to its many impressive and valuable offerings, while also providing a variety of other interesting opportunities for learning more about construction-related topics.

About A.H. Harris & Sons, Inc.:
Founded in 1916 as a regional trucking company, A.H. Harris & Sons began selling concrete form-work and related goods in 1950. Since then, the company has grown to become one of the country’s largest and most respected suppliers of construction-related materials and equipment, with 41 locations now serving much of the eastern part of the United States.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.ahharris.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Sally Harris
Email: sally.harris@ahharris.com
Phone: (860) 216-9500
Organization: A.H. Harris & Sons, Inc.

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