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PIN Installs Two New High-Speed Holzma Cutting Machines

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Wood Industry Market Leader: Jeff Pray, PIN

By Karen M. Koenig – 11/29/2011
“If we chase perfection, we will at least attain excellence.” Thus is the mantra of Jeff Pray, President and CEO of PIN as he leads the Irving, TX-based fixtures manufacturer to new heights.

Under his direction, PIN has readied itself for continued growth, “making the decision to continue reinvesting in technology, equipment and expanding our plant for additional capacity,” Pray says.
The company achieved 57.6 percent sales growth in 2010 and the future outlook for PIN continues to be bright, Pray says. “We are building the best team in the industry to manage the processes and details required to continue our goal of always exceeding customer expectations.” PIN currently services the retail, healthcare, hospitality and exhibit industries.

Pray’s early work, as a teenager employed at Charles Nash making water skis and skateboards, and later as an adult running a food distribution center, provided him with valuable skills that he would apply to PIN. Continued…

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PIN: A One Company Boom Economy

For Immediate Release. Irving, TX February 15, 2012

At a time when many small businesses are reducing corporate assets in anticipation of a shrinking economy, PIN is heading in the opposite direction. President and CEO Jeff Pray, is not someone to back down. Under his vision, PIN is moving ahead with an aggressive growth strategy, hiring top personnel and acquiring new manufacturing technology. Continued…

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Master’s of their Own Domain—Retail Fixture Manufacturer PIN

Irving, TX — September 30, 2011

The long and the short of this story has finally found resolution in Irving, Texas. After years of getting by with pinsolutions.net this manufacturer of custom, retail fixtures now owns pin.com. Definitely worth the effort, according to CEO Jeff Pray, and for more than one reason.
First—it’s of general agreement that the ‘.com’ domain—one of seven generic top-level domains (gTLDs) is the internet standard. In real terms a ‘.com’ is at least 70% more valuable than a ‘.net’ or ‘.org.’ Continued…

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