Habitat for Humanity, Cabinetry and Countertop Donations.

Habitat for Humanity – Greater Cincinnati

Did you know that homes in the Habitat for Humanity program are built almost entirely by volunteers? Today, several Sims-Lohman team members volunteered to meet and help our lead carpenter Jack Chard with the installation of donated cabinetry and countertops in a historic Cincinnati West End neighborhood. The home is being built for a deserving…

La Soupe Food Rescue

La Soupe is a 501(c) non-profit organization located in heart of Cincinnati, Ohio. They distribute meals to food-insecure families through their 81 “share” partner agencies. These include schools, community groups, pantries, and more. Founder Suzy DeYoung took a leap of faith to sell her restaurant and catering business. Suzy had been experiencing burnout and realized…

ACG Cincinnati Finalist

We’re proud to be among the finalists at last nights ACG Cincinnati deal maker awards reception. These businesses listed below are part of what makes Cincinnati a great place to live and work. Congratulations to award winner Western Southern Financial Group! Corporate American Trailer Rental Group | Claritas | First Financial | Health Carousel |…

2018 Fast 55 Finalist

Chief Financial Officer, Mark Hausfeld and Central Region General Manager, Wade McCowan attended the awards luncheon on behalf of the company at the Downtown Hyatt Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio. For the third year in a row, Sims-Lohman is named a finalist for the The Cincinnati Business Courier’s Fast 55 Award – fastest-growing private companies in Greater Cincinnati. We…

Sims-Lohman announces another Nashville acquisition

Sims-Lohman announces Nashville acquisition We are pleased to announce we have acquired Werthan Granite in Nashville, Tennessee. As of this morning, we operate 20 sales showroom locations across six states. Our three regional distribution centers and now, five state-of-the-art granite and quartz countertop manufacturing plants. John Beiersdorfer, Sims-Lohman’s President, said “We entered the Tennessee markets…