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Retailer Spotlight: Coburn’s Supply

[Karen Jackson]

Michael K. Ringuette photograph

Coburn’s Supply showroom displays a variety of quality products, says Karen Jackson, showroom manager. Coburn’s sells plumbing products, accessories, appliances and much more for kitchens and bathrooms. “We offer a variety of styles, from our New Orleans traditional to ultra-modern and everything in between,” says Jackson. Coburn’s also offers consulting for design and decorating. Established in 1934, Coburn’s is today owned by President Don Maloney and Executive Vice President A.J. Maloney Jr.

What’s the mission of your company?
Coburn’s mission is to be the best distributor of quality products, provide real solutions and never lose sight of the No. 1 reason we are in business –– our customers. We want to create more value for our customers by capitalizing on our years of experience, employee strengths, strategic market locations and diversified product offerings.

What’s one of your goals as a retailer?
Our main goal is to have every customer look back and feel that we were the most helpful and best supplier they came in contact with. When customers are happy with their purchases and our services, it is a win-win situation.

Do you have any specials or sales this month?
We offer contractor discounts daily on our plumbing and appliances. In addition, we are offering manufacturing rebates on some appliances in the Jenn-Air, KitchenAid, U-Line, Maytag and Thermador brands.

Is there anything else you want our readers to know?
We’ve become very conscious of green products. We offer our assistance and our guide Fading Your Carbon Footprint to anyone interested in learning more about green building. We are always working on up-to-date information, trends and styles to pass on to our clients.

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