Tim Lauer named president of the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association
Albert Lauer
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Tim Lauer named president of the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association

The Albert J. Lauer, Inc. VP and longtime NGMA member is now the president of the NGMA Board of Directors.

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The National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association (NGMA) has announced that Tim Lauer, of Albert J. Lauer, Inc. in Farmington, Minnesota, has been named the new president of NGMA’s Board of Directors. He assumed the role after Tom Vezdos stepped down from the position.

Lauer brings over 26 years’ experience in the greenhouse industry. He is proudly the third generation following in his father's and grandfather's footsteps. His grandfather founded Albert J. Lauer, Inc. in 1947; and Tim, as the company’s vice president, continues designing, manufacturing and building aluminum greenhouses for commercial growers, retail garden centers and institutional markets today. Being a member of NGMA for many years, Tim most values the opportunity to learn, discuss, collaborate and network with other business owners, engineers and designers.