SCMA Holds Annual Meeting

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Nashville, TN – The Southern Cypress Manufacturers Association (SCMA) held its 2023 Annual Meeting recently at the JW Marriott, located here, in conjunction with the Hardwood Manufacturers Association’s National Conference and Expo.

Twenty-seven members, promotion sponsors, staff and guests gathered together for a networking reception and dinner to open the two-day event. The next morning, attendees met to review the association’s promotion campaign, previewed upcoming projects, discussed other business items, and elected officers for the year.

Cassie Lewis, Turn Bull Lumber Company, Elizabethtown, NC, was elected SCMA president. Lewis joined Turn Bull Lumber Company in 2011, working her way through the accounting and logistics departments, before joining the sales team in 2015. She now serves as the company’s account manager, and is responsible for all sales, as well as managing the green and kiln-dried inventories.

Truss Beasley, Beasley Forest Products (BFP), Hazlehurst, GA, was elected SCMA vice president. He joined BFP in 2014 and currently serves as vice president of business development for the Beasley Group sawmills and flooring plants. Beasley earned a Bachelor of Finance and a Master of Business Administration from Georgia Southern University.

The SCMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of Cypress building products to design professionals and consumers. For more information, visit Follow the SCMA on Instagram and Twitter at @cypress_info, and on Facebook at @southerncypress.

If your company is engaged in the manufacture, processing, or distribution of Cypress building products, and is interested in joining, email to learn about membership.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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