Press Release: American Artstone Company Appoints Nick Meyer as President

NEW ULM, MN.  American Artstone Company, a cast stone and architectural precast concrete manufacturer since 1914, with headquarters in New Ulm, Minnesota, announces the promotion of Nick Meyer as President.

“The Board of Directors of American Artstone Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Meyer as President.  The Board believes Nick’s vision for the direction of American Artstone and his demonstrated leadership skills are a strong match to maximize Artstone’s success now and into the future.  He has demonstrated his ability to work with the Board, the management team and the highly skilled employees of American Artstone.”stated James Brownson, Board Chair.

“We are very pleased with the addition of Nick to the management team.  His knowledge of the industry and the professional reputation he has among the architectural and construction communities, as well as his peers, will be invaluable to American Artstone as we strive to move the Company to the next level,” commented Allen Schumacher, Vice President of Operations.

With the appointment of Meyer, American Artstone plans to increase market share by proactively broadening architect, contractor, mason and joint venture associations through one-on-one contacts, direct marketing and education.   In addition, Artstone is researching the development of new products while continuing to demonstrate that their reputation for highest quality cast stone and architectural precast concrete veneer products is well deserved.

Company Background
American Artstone Company has manufactured cast stone and architectural precast concrete for 106 years. It serves a broad market territory and operates its Cast Stone Institute certified production facility in New Ulm, Minnesota. Since 1914, American Artstone has sustained a commitment to the highest quality product, offering the designer, architect or building owner flexibility in the design, color and finish to give their project or building the look they want, whether artistic or an economical alternative to almost any natural stone. Visit www.american-artstone.com for more information.