On Monday, March 19, Mid-Cape Home Centers hosted Massachusetts State Senator Julian Cyr for a tour of its South Dennis location at 465 Route 134, South Dennis, MA.
Senator Cyr, who represents the Cape and Islands district, had the opportunity to tour Mid-Cape Home Centers’ store, as well as the Estimating Department, custom millwork shop, and lumber yard. The Senator also met with company leaders including Jack Stevenson, President of Mid-Cape Home Centers, to discuss the needs of small businesses in the area.
Stevenson shares, “It’s refreshing to meet with the next generation of leaders and voice our concerns regarding the local economy. It’s clear Senator Cyr wants to make a difference. It makes you feel good about the direction being taken to address big picture issues facing the Cape and Islands.”
Owner Jeff Plank adds, “It was great to have Senator Cyr visit Mid-Cape. We are very enthused about his proposed streamlining and supportive changes to some of the building regulations in an effort to make improvements to the local housing market and Cape infrastructure.”
Mid-Cape Home Centers hosted the Senator as part of the Northeastern Retail Lumber Association’s Legislative Yard Tour initiative, which connects lumberyards throughout the Northeast with their elected officials in order to share the needs of local businesses.
More than just a lumber and building supply company, Mid-Cape’s specialty is experience that builds. Experience that builds convenience, experience that builds trust, and experience that builds communities.
For more than 100 years, Mid-Cape Home Centers has been providing quality building materials to professional builders and homeowners involved in new construction and home improvement on Cape Cod, the Islands, and the South Shore. Mid-Cape Home Centers prides itself on its team of high-quality representatives and the relationships they build with contractors and homeowners alike on a daily basis. The strong foundation built inside Mid-Cape Home Centers’ stores has allowed the company to not just do right by their patrons, but also by the greater Cape Cod community. With local, year-round involvement in organizations such as HB&RACC, Habitat for Humanity, and various other Cape Cod non-profits, Mid-Cape is a driving force throughout Cape Cod, the Islands, and the South Shore.
Since 1895 Mid-Cape Home Center has functioned as a full-service lumber yard with a commitment to providing the building supplies that will help southeast Massachusetts remain one of the best places to live in America.