This week on the Montana Outdoor Podcast your host Downrigger Dale talks to Cory Medlinger of Superior Hardwoods of Montana to find out about one of the most unique wood products companies in the world! If you are a fan of the podcast or the Montana Outdoor Radio Show you have no doubt heard Cory talk about Superior Hardwoods of Montana a company that his dad started back in 1977. Now you will learn the whole story of how this incredible company started and how it has evolved into providing folks all over the United States and beyond with the most unique wood flooring, beams, siding and more that are beyond your imagination. Cory and his dad, John Medlinger, both have an eye for wood like no one else and we are not talking about just plain old wood. When you click here to listen to the podcast you will hear about exotic woods, like Italian Olive Wood, or Redwood that was once a flume from an old mining operation and even wood that had once been at the bottom of the ocean before Superior Hardwoods turned it into beams that are more like art than something that holds up a ceiling. As Downrigger put it after he was done talking to Cory, “Superior Hardwoods of Montana is so unique that it almost seems like the company was the brainchild of Paul Bunyan and Willie Wonka!”. Yes, this podcast is for sure a “must listen” especially if you are thinking about remodeling, building, or wanting to create something incredible out of wood. Oh, and they are hiring right now too. So, if you love working with wood. Click here now to listen and learn how you can join the team at Superior Hardwoods of Montana!
If you would like to learn more about Superior Hardwoods of Montana, just click here. If you would like to see some photos of some of the things that have been created from the unique woods they sell, click here. If you would like to contact them, click here. If you would like to send Cory and email, click here. You are of course welcome to call them at (406) 235-7452 or just stop in and see them at 5120 Highway 93 South in Missoula, Montana and let them guide you through the woods! Of course, your host Downrigger Dale would love to hear what you thought of this podcast or hear your ideas for topics for future podcasts, click here to send him an email!
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