Jeff Needham
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Jeff Needham

Pro Member, from "middle of the mitten" Saint Louis, Michigan

Jeff Needham was last seen:
Jan 10, 2017
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  • About

    Location:
    "middle of the mitten" Saint Louis, Michigan
    Occupation:
    President and owner.
    Career Highlights:
    Began as a warehouse grunt in Alma,MI.,1973.
    "Managed" a flooring store, Gas City, IN., 1975-76. Began installation work, part time.
    Attended Armstrong Installation School in Lancaster PA., fall of 1976.
    Worked Warehouse for Kalamazoo, MI store, 1977-78. Began installation work, full time, 1978.
    Returned to Alma, MI, fall 1978, to family business. Purchased business & became Mohawk Color Center 1998.
    Service Area:
    Saint Louis, MIchigan; Central, lower Michigan; Gratiot and surrounding counties. Mainly 20 mile radius.
    Certifications & Associations:
    generally have not been much of a joiner. Only recently joined the local chamber of commerce after 29 years in business. Member of Central Michigan Home Builders Association.
    Product Specialties:
    carpet, vinyl flooring- sheet goods and tile, residential and mainstreet commercial, luxury vinyl tile and plank, laminate flooring, hardwood flooring, ceramic and porcelain tile. For the past 3 years have been a Hunter Douglas Priority Dealer for window treatments.
    Flooring brands include Mohawk C
    40 years in the flooring business, from the warehouse to the floor as an installer, to the sales floor and for the past 15 years, since my father retired, as the owner of our family flooring store.

    enjoy gardening, taking care of my yard, surfing the internet and watching tv, working on our new (t

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    "What if everything is an illusion and nothing exists?
    In that case, I definitely overpaid for my carpet." Woody Allen