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Wednesday, 23 March 2016 16:36

Product Highlight: Diamond Series

“Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” Well, the same is true for PRIER. By now, you may have heard of PRIER’s Diamond Series wall hydrants. But do you know all of the awesome features this line includes?

Friday, 18 March 2016 20:31

Plumbing Myths: True or False?

By Cheryl Landsman, Customer Service Manager, Credit/Returns Manager, Accounts Receivable, Collections and Reporting

Do you ever wonder how much of your plumbing knowledge is true? How many of those myths you've heard for years actually work? Here at PRIER, we get asked a lot of crazy and thought-provoking questions each day and it made me wonder if what I “know” is actually true or not. 

March 10, 2016 – Grandview, MO – PRIER Products is proud to announce the appointment of a new manufacturer’s representative, B Daerr Sales, to represent West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania.

Thursday, 03 March 2016 21:46

How PRIER’s Products Measure Up

By Scott Brady, Research, Development and Engineering Manager

PRIER has been around a long time – since 1881 – but we can’t take credit for developing the standards by which we measure our products. But it is interesting to learn where these standards originated. Two common units of measure we frequently use are water flow in gallons/minute (GPM) and pressure in pounds/in2 (psi). 

February 23, 2016 – Grandview, MO – PRIER Products is proud to announce the appointment of a new manufacturer’s representative, The Pointer Agency, to represent Georgia.  

Friday, 19 February 2016 19:52

Determining YOUR Brand

By Nick Manning, President

We hear about “building brands” literally every day. Magazines have devoted forests of paper and rivers of ink to talk about brand building. There are brand building “gurus” all over LinkedIn, Twitter and other social networking sites. In fact, a quick Twitter search returned an endless list of links to ‘Rules of Brand Building’ and ‘5 Easy Steps to Building a Brand.’ 

By Brady Poskin, Plant Manager

No matter the industry, we all share a similar struggle…managing time. It’s the one resource we cannot change or throw money at to overcome. Perhaps the most common problem in business, or even in life, is having more to do than time permits. How do we resolve this dilemma? Well, since we cannot change time, we have to determine what to do (and what not to do) and manage those activities. More specifically, we have to manage our behaviors more effectively and efficiently.