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MoistureShield Expands Distribution in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa and Kansas

MoistureShield is partnering with Mid-Am Building Supply, Inc. to expand distribution of the manufacturer’s innovative composite decking portfolio in Centralia, IL.; Chillicothe and Moberly, MO.; Mt. Pleasant, IA.; and Spring Hill, KS.

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MoistureShield is partnering with Mid-Am Building Supply, Inc. to expand distribution of the manufacturer’s innovative composite decking portfolio in Centralia, IL.; Chillicothe and Moberly, MO.; Mt. Pleasant, IA.; and Spring Hill, KS.

“This partnership with Mid-Am Building Supply supports our shared commitment to best serving our customers by expanding our reach in active markets where our variety of high-quality products can help satisfy the demand for more outdoor living solutions options,” said Matthew Bruce, VP of sales at MoistureShield. “This partnership also enables both MoistureShield and Mid-Am Building Supply to continue growing our businesses to best benefit our customers across North America.”

“We’re excited to partner with MoistureShield to give our customers more diverse options, including the manufacturer’s four distinct product lines and vast array of composite decking styles and colors,” said Larry Stanfield, director of sales at Mid-Am Building Supply, Inc. “This addition elevates our already impressive lineup of outdoor living and building material products, maximizing our ability to fulfill customer needs.” 

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