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June 2008: Brick Show Wrap-up

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June 2008

Brick Show Wrap-up

BIA Brick Show 2008

The Brick Industry Association’s Brick Show 2008 was held in April in San Antonio at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa. Attendance consisted of a hearty mix of the brick industry’s most well-known, key professionals. During the grand opening reception, more than 20 companies had tabletop booth displays, and the room was thick with networking and talkng shop. Masonry was on hand to snap some photos of a few attendees during the reception.

Jim Houseman, president, Harrop Industries Inc.; Jenny Houseman; Beverlee Houseman; Steve Houseman, VP, operations, Harrop Industries Inc.; show attendee; and Terry Schimmel, VP technical services, Boral Bricks Inc.

Jim Houseman, president, Harrop Industries Inc.; Jenny Houseman; Beverlee Houseman; Steve Houseman, VP, operations, Harrop Industries Inc.; show attendee; and Terry Schimmel, VP technical services, Boral Bricks Inc.

 

 

Ray Szkola, sales and marketing manager, Allied Tube & Conduit; and John Wilcox, sales and marketing manager, Ingal Products America Inc.

Ray Szkola, sales and marketing manager, Allied Tube & Conduit; and John Wilcox, sales and marketing manager, Ingal Products America Inc.

 

 

Dick Jennison, president and CEO of the BIA; and Mike Jenkins IV, CEO of Jenkins Brick Co.

Dick Jennison, president and CEO of the BIA; and Mike Jenkins IV, CEO of Jenkins Brick Co.

 

Jennifer Morrell, editor of Masonry, and Stephen Sears, senior director of marketing and communications, BIA

Jennifer Morrell, editor of Masonry, and Stephen Sears, senior director of marketing and communications, BIA

 

Brian Trimble, senior director of engineering services and architectural outreach with the BIA; and Mary Ann Keon, EH&S director, Boral Bricks Inc.

Brian Trimble, senior director of engineering services and architectural outreach with the BIA; and Mary Ann Keon, EH&S director, Boral Bricks Inc.

Stan McCarth, VP of sales with ACME Brick; Mary Hockers; Mike Hockers, president, Hockers Brick & Tile Co. Inc.; Mary Lemond; and Bill Lemond; VP of sales, Acme Brick

Stan McCarth, VP of sales with ACME Brick; Mary Hockers; Mike Hockers, president, Hockers Brick & Tile Co. Inc.; Mary Lemond; and Bill Lemond; VP of sales, Acme Brick

 

 

Brian Belden, marketing manager, The Belden Brick Co.; Aimee Belden; and Brad Belden, corporate manager — occupational & regulatory services, The Belden Brick Co.

Brian Belden, marketing manager, The Belden Brick Co.; Aimee Belden; and Brad Belden, corporate manager — occupational & regulatory services, The Belden Brick Co.

 

 

Steve Dean with PROSOCO Inc.; Harry Shafer Jr. with Keyria Inc.; and Christophe Aubertot, president, Keyria Inc.

Steve Dean with PROSOCO Inc.; Harry Shafer Jr. with Keyria Inc.; and Christophe Aubertot, president, Keyria Inc.

 

 

Dick Green, president & CEO, General Shale Brick Inc. and immediate former chairman of the BIA; and Dennis Knautz, president and CEO of ACME Brick, and current chairman of the BIA

Dick Green, president & CEO, General Shale Brick Inc. and immediate former chairman of the BIA; and Dennis Knautz, president and CEO of ACME Brick, and current chairman of the BIA

 

 

Jimmy Lawrence, area manager; Patrick Keenan, product manager; Wayne Self, area manager; and Tom Millwee, area manager; all with Moffett by Hiab Inc.

Jimmy Lawrence, area manager; Patrick Keenan, product manager; Wayne Self, area manager; and Tom Millwee, area manager; all with Moffett by Hiab Inc.

 

 

Christophe Aubertot, president of Keyria Inc.; and Terry Schimmel, VP technical services with Boral Bricks Inc.

Christophe Aubertot, president of Keyria Inc.; and Terry Schimmel, VP technical services with Boral Bricks Inc.

 

 

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