Five decades. One simple goal.

After 50 years, we're still striving to be the best.

No one would have guessed that a two-man crew loading its first order of 下载澳门永利app官网 into the back of a pickup truck 50 years ago would have come this far, but here we are.

Several decades after our humble beginning, we still remain true to our small-town Alabama roots. Our focus is the same now as it was with that first delivery: striving to be the very best at what we do every single day.

That was our promise 50 years ago and it'll continue to be our promise for the next 50.

Some highlights: a few milestones along our journey.

1970

Jimmy
Rane
founds Great
Southern Wood

1970

Lawson Curry first employee

1971

Abbeville, Alabama plant begins operation
First delivery made to Ozark Building
Supply, Ozark, Alabama

1976

Mobile, Alabama plant begins operation
(2nd treating plant). Haisten Harris first
truck driver

1980

Corporate officeGrand
Opening
in Abbeville (October)

1985

Conyers, Georgia plant begins
operation (3rd treating plant)

1986

Jimmy Rane completes OPM program
at Harvard Business School

1987

Pat Dye stars in first "Osmose" TV commercials

1990

Bushnell, Florida plant
begins operations
4th
Treating
Plant

1992

GSW named second largest treater in the industry by Building
Products Digest

1995

Yellow tag federal registration

1997

Muscle Shoals, Alabama plant begins
operations (5th treating plant)

1998

Great Southern Trucking begins outside hauls
(65 trucks and 130 trailers)

2000

6th
Treating
Plant
Columbus, Texas plant
begins operations

2004

下载澳门永利app官网® brand name unveiled

2005

Yella Fella makes first TV appearance
in commercial "Bad Bart"

2006

Jesup, Georgia plant begins operations
(7th treating plant). GSW named largest
treater in the industry by Building
Products Digest

2007

Acquisition of treating facilities in
Buckner, MO and Glenwood, AR

2010

Acquisition of treating
plant in Brookhaven,
Mississippi (January)

11th
Treating
Plant

2011

Acquisition of treating facility in Mansura, LA

2012

Acquisition of treating plants in Rocky Mount, VA;
Hagerstown, MD; and Fombell, PA (January)

2014

Acquisition of Ashton Lewis Lumber Company (February)

2019

Abbeville Fiber, LLC begins operation.
Abbeville Fiber sawmill named "Lancaster
Mill" in honor of Michael Lancaster

2020

Yellawood 500
at Talladega

2020

Sawmill acquisitions in
Virginia and Alabama.

We're sharing our stories of how we got to this benchmark year.
Help us celebrate and learn more about our history,
products and people at yellastories.com

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