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Browne gets award

Browne gets award


An 18-year hardware veteran says that persons doing business in the construction industry should plan for rainy days, because things will not always be this good in the industry.

Gideon Browne told SEARCHLIGHT that he advises persons in the construction industry to be smart in their investments and look into aspects of diversification.{{more}}

Browne is a testimony of the good times that the construction industry presently enjoys.

He has just won the International Hardware International Award 2007 for “Outstanding Performances in achieving Purchases that surpassed Annual Budget Expectation.”

Browne said that he purchases all his building materials for his hardware from the Panama based business, including doors, windows, locks, electrical and lighting supplies.

“I started buying container goods instead of small quantities,” Browne said, as he explained the basis for the award.

He said that it was the good sales that allowed him to buy in such large quantities, and helped him to cop this award.

Browne said that he anticipates that business will continue to be good this year, and in the immediate future. (KJ)