Professional Remodeler 40 Under 40: Laurie March

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Laurie March, 33
Founder, Improvemental
Los Angeles

B.A., University of Delaware

“I’m very proud personally of being an entrepreneur. It runs in my family! My great grandfather John H Cole started our family roofing company in 1919.  My Grandfather, Uncle, Mom, and Cousins run the ship and honor a long, proud history of excellent work in Baltimore.  My business is much smaller, but I am proud to say we doubled our business last year and continue to drive hundreds of thousands of dollars of business to amazing contractors in the Los Angeles area.”

Hobbies: Gardening, flea markets
Favorite foods: “The best food in the world, in my opinion, would encompass truffles, French fries, and a great filet. These things all taste better with a good wheat beer to wash them down!”

“I was one of the first female mascots in the NFL. When the Baltimore Ravens team went looking for a character to pump up the crowd, I was cast as one of three giant, fuzzy Ravens named, aptly, Edgar, Allen and Poe.  ‘Hatching’ on the 50-yard line from purple glittery eggs to Steppenwolf’s ‘Born To Be Wild’ is forever etched in my memory.”

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