Miller Paint’s two new stores in the Pacific Northwest are poised to meet still-growing demand for home upgrades and renovations. While home-industry raw materials shortages continue, Miller Paint’s regional/local manufacturing puts the company in an ideal position to meet the needs of retail and wholesale customers.

The new stores in Woodburn, Oregon, and Battle Ground, Washington, have small footprints and a hometown feel, which, notes CEO Jason Palumbis, is a strategy “designed to provide paint products geared towards our customers’ communities and their specific painting needs, be they homeowners or professional contractors. We’re excited to be able to serve these growing communities in Oregon and Washington.”

Miller Paint has experienced significant growth both with homeowners and paint professionals, and with these two new stores, “We will provide the same convenient, personalized service that homeowners and contractors expect from our paint stores,” says Scott Riley, Miller Paint vice president of store operations. “Woodburn’s location between Portland and Salem is strategic, as is the Battle Ground location outside Vancouver. Both are serving rapidly growing, smaller communities.”

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