Callier & Thompson Kitchens Baths and Appliances

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City Watch: Top 20 Best-Performing Markets for Remodeling

From the Top 100 Markets list, we take a closer look at the 20 best-performing markets in the U.S. More

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Show-Offs: Ways to Maximize Your Impact at Home Shows

If your home show act is getting stale? Tips for engaging attendees and helping to convert prospects to clients. More

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Two Percent Ain't Cutting It: How Much Should You Be Spending on Marketing?

During lean times, you need to work harder to get work. That means ó if you want to grow your business ó you'll need to spend more on marketing. More

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Big50 Class of 2005

Every year we search the country for remodelers who distinguish themselves by outperforming their best competitors. We look for firms with top-notch business acumen, outstanding customer service, a financially strong foundation, and exciting systems. We are proud to introduce you to the Big50 Class of 2005. More

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Adding appliance sales as profit center

Callier & Thompson Kitchens Baths and Appliances has always sold appliances with... More

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Using PowerPoint to project kitchen and bath designs

In his quest to offer the most professional presentation possible, Thompson Price has turned to PowerPoint and a large screen to show his customers their kitchen designs. "When someone sees their kitchen in full-scale view on the screen, they are impressed," says the president of Callier & Thompson Kitchens and Baths. More

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sketching details on computer-generated drawings

Drawing software and CAD programs have made it easier for kitchen and bath designers to generate floor plans and perspectives. Designers at Case Design/Remodeling in Bethesda, Md., and Callier and Thompson Kitchens & Baths in St. Louis offer examples of how they prepare for presentations by sketching details on computer-generated drawings. More

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