At Professional Remodeler, we've always been committed to providing you with the best information, business strategies and innovative ideas to make your business as successful as possible. That's why I'm pleased to announce some exciting changes we're making that will strengthen our ability to bring you the best and most comprehensive information for your business and its future in the growing remodeling marketplace.
Beginning with this issue, I'd like to welcome Editor in Chief Mike Morris and Managing Editor Judi Damm to our editorial team, a sign of our investment in the content of the magazine and our mission to be the authoritative source of business information in the remodeling industry. Mike's role will be to serve you, our readers, directly and assure that your needs and interests are being met in every issue. Along with Editor Kim Sweet, whom most of you already know, Mike's objective will be to deliver timely analysis of management practices, insight into problem-solving designs and cutting-edge products that leading remodelers and their customers demand.
I am also delighted to announce that beginning with the March issue, we'll unveil a complete redesign of Professional Remodeler, planned to better serve your needs. The new Professional Remodeler will be more focused and relevant in its presentation than ever before, including a bold new logo, reader-friendly typeface and an easy-to-navigate design. The new design will strengthen Professional Remodeler's position as the sophisticated, intelligent, current and personal resource for the most profitable, sustainable remodeling businesses in the country.
The bottom line in our recent investments to Professional Remodeler magazine relates directly to your bottom line. Our goal is to become your indispensable business partner, and we are committed and dedicated to serving your needs throughout the new year and into the future.