By Jeff LaFave 812-331-4356 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Saturday, January 3, 2015 12:55 am
Original article at the Herald Times:
In 1966, Dave Rose started a drywall mega-power in his Bloomington basement. He was just another working-class neighbor, a curious 21-year-old living on South Washington Street blessed with helpful friends and a business partner-to-be in John J. Walker. All they meant to do with drywall was hang it, then finish it.
The simple business model took root within Rose’s home, then grew into a house at 2527 S. Rogers St. soon after. Merely 49 years later — and with the construction of a 10,000-square-foot warehouse at 300 W. Country Club Drive — Rose & Walker Drywall and Insulation has come a long way, and it’s going through some additional changes right now.