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Firestone Building Products expands distribution model

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The company plans to forge relationship with Pond Pro to represent pond lining and geomembrane products.

| November 13, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Firestone Building Products Company announced that it has engaged the Pond Pro sales group to sell Firestone Building Products pond lining and geomembrane products. 

“Firestone Building Products is returning to an independent rep-based distribution model, and we are pleased that the Pond Pro sales organization will be re-joining our team to represent the Firestone product line throughout the United States,” says Tim Dunn, president of Firestone Building Products.  “Broadening our sales representation locally with Pond Pro will allow us to continue to grow our pond lining and geomembrane business in key markets across the country.”

The Firestone Building Products line of landscape and lining products includes PondGard Rubber Liners, fPP-R Geomembrane, EPDM Geomembrane systems and Garden Envy Composite Pavers for landscapers, pond builders, contractors and consumers who need reliable solutions for containment applications and decorative water features.

The independent sales representative organization is in place and began selling Firestone Building Products lining and geomembrane products November 5, 2013.

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