While Miller Lumber had to act quickly to respond to the pandemic, they did it with their values in mind. That’s customary for the business that’s been operating for more than 100 years—through the Spanish flu pandemic, the Great Depression, two world wars, and the Great Recession.
The community-minded company’s core values include keeping their employees safe and treating people with respect.
They see their customers and employees as partners.
The building supplier made the decision to temporarily close two of their four lumber yards, relocating employees to their Redmond location—which has been busier than ever serving contractors and, increasingly, do-it-yourselfers working on a wide variety of projects.
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