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May 27, 2015 12:50 EST

Stirling StoneWorks Veterans Monuments – Proprietary Nano Material Memorials

iCrowdNewswire - May 27, 2015

 

 
 
 

 

Stirling Stonework’s Primary Mission

Benefitting United States Veterans is Two-Fold:

  • We offer substantial cost savings to Veteran’s and Civic organizations that typically use granite for their monuments. Finally small cities can afford a current conflict monument.
  • We provide business opportunities for Veterans to make 12-15% commissions on the sales of these monuments.  Stirling also gives back 5% of its profits to Veteran’s organizations.
 
 
 
 

Utilizing Proprietary Nano Technologies, Stirling StoneWorks provides the longest lasting and most affordable cast stone veterans, civic and organizational monuments and memorials. Our timeless monuments have the polished look of granite but are extremely durable and cost about one-third of traditional options.

Every City in the USA needs a Current Conflict Monument.

Stirling StoneWorks anticipates $40M in potential gross revenue from
1% market share of current conflict civic monuments.

Stirling StoneWorks is the perfect solution for diverse industries cast stone needs including: High Performance Security Barriers for Embassy, Olympic and other Public Events with national and global sales channels in a myriad of industrial applications for strategic partnership alliances.

Our materials can be used for a wide variety of purposes: 

Veterans Memorials and Civic Monuments to Headstones, Signage, Columbarium and Commercial Construction Projects as well as Historic Restoration and Replication

Stirling’s experienced ownership and materials science development teams have been in the forefront of the global high performance cement industry since 1995, with over 65++ years of combined cast stone and advanced materials expertise. 

 
 
 
 

Stirling StoneWorks’ has exclusive access to proprietary Nano Strength Admixtures, “Green”, non-solvent based Surface Cleaning Sealants and Durability Coatings. 

Self-Healing and “Smart Materials” join Military Ballistic Products, ALL utilizing ENA: Engineered Nano Applications. These are from one of the companies of Stirling Founders. Stirling StoneWorks has First Right of Refusal for new developments in these Military Grade Nano Technologies for advanced cast stone, before they go to market so that Quality and Enhanced Durability, coupled with ease of manufacturing go hand in hand.

 
 
 
 

    

The Battalion Commander told us after the dedication ceremony, that his intention to purchase other flagpole bases and current conflict monuments was dual purpose. He knew the stone would outlast his term of service and lifetime, but  the ceremony, whose elements are assisted by Stirling StoneWorks’ Dedication teams           was what meant so much:  The Gathering of Military to Honor their Work.

Military Units who have served in current conflicts and are “on the list” to continue to serve must know that America Appreciates their Sacrifices, and the sacrifices of their families. Also the gathering of veterans, past and current, is vital to the essence of the military, and this was very important to him.

Cities and diverse organizations use these flagpole surround monuments to Build A Community:  Veterans Home Director, Dan Jordan stated “Memorials are both Vital and Necessary because they reveal us: describing a historic time and the people who stood for our principles, our beliefs.”

What better way than a Stirling StoneWorks Flagpole Monument? Fast, Easy, and very reasonably priced!!

 
 
 
 

  

Our sincere thanks to Stirling StoneWorks Monument and Dedication Teams!

“The Soldiers and Veterans of National Guard can stand proud everytime they walk by this monument.  Just as our soldiers have stood for freedom over the years, so will this monument stand to honor those soldiers.”

JASON P. BENSON LTC, IN, MNARNG Commander, 2-136 IN (CAB)

See the dedication ceremony handout we produced for the event, assisting their invitation, media and remembrance of the day.

 
 
 
 

Our custom cast stone pieces are made right here in the U.S. and are the most durable and affordable option in monuments and memorials.  There are over 50 Million naked flagpoles such as this one in front of a TV station which have a story to tell, or an advertising opportunity.

The video below is a training video which provides our clients with details so that the installation can be expertly completed by Landscapers, and other Construction type personnel.

Stirling StoneWorks utilizes proprietary Nano Technology to create military grade cast stone that looks like polished granite but is made to last hundreds of years even in the harshest of weather. Our stone has completed 300 freeze thaw cycles at -50 F testing and 14,000 PSI (pounds per square inch) strengths. Example: Highway materials range from 3,500 to 4,000 PSI, High Performance Cements range from 5,000 to 6,000 PSI, marble or granite strengths range from 5,000 to 8,000 PSI.

OUR Strengths are double or more of available alternatives!

Not only is our cast stone strong but our self-cleaning sealant keeps your headstone or monument in top shape. It eats surface grime, calcium and lime deposits so that the stone doesn’t wear away or streak.

And our sealant works on other products too because we know what it means to honor your loved one’s integrity. If your starting to see signs of damage, you can use our cleaning and sealing kit to make any headstone look new and keep it that way.  

At 1/3 the price of traditional options, Stirling StoneWorks is the most affordable option in monuments and memorials. Our Nano-cement technology paired with a self-cleaning sealant ensures that your cast stone piece will stay beautiful and last for generations. 

 
 
 
 

One of our biggest inspirations for Stirling StoneWorks is the work we do with veterans. Our goal is to help provide current conflict monuments in every town across the country. We believe that the greatest thing our cast stone can do is honor our personal family and national heroes, past and present.

Stirling Monument Foundation 501C3 is underway so that entities wishing to donate Monuments and Memorials have an easy, tax free path to funding; creating a legacy for their company or family within IRS proper guidelines.

Foundation will purchase Monuments directly from Stirling StoneWorks 2% from those sales go direct to Chosen Veterans Charity:

Part of our dedication is to donate 5% of every sale to the veterans organization of your choice, in your name, many are found on Stirling StoneWorks Website.

  

 
 
 
 

Proprietary Nano Technology materials and cast stone products have been designed, tested, and proven.                                                                                       Now Stirling StoneWorks has launched into the market!

Stirling StoneWorks’ big launch was held November 10th at the Minnesota National Guard Armory. At the dedication ceremony, we revealed a veterans monument flagpole base to commemorate the Red Bull Division of the Army National Guard. Leading up to Veterans Day, we had mentions in many newspapers and TV news programs, as well as radio plays.

 
 
 
 

Melody Saunders Brenna, CEO
With over 20 years of industry experience, Melody has been recognized for her success in the fields of marketing and advertising, design and business. At 24 she developed her own design firm, selling to Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus nationwide and was the youngest featured designer for both companies. In 1999 Melody became CEO of Milestone Architectural and won the Top Small Business Person for both the Region and State of Texas in 2003 from SBA in Washington for her success in building the company. She has won numerous other awards and honors such as the SBA’s Director’s Choice Award for the Southern United States, Chamber of Commerce Innovation Award and Top Millennium Business, Chairman of the Global Export Committee and Board Member to the Texas District Export Council.

Patrick Ritter, CFO
Growing up in an Air Force family, Patrick spent his youth moving from school to school and state to state. After graduating from school with a degree in Political Science and Pre-Law, Patrick was recruited to work for International Harvester Company. He continued to work with them through the economic downfall that caused thousands of employee layoffs and division sales. After seeing the devastation caused by the poor economic climate, Patrick began to work independently and started a 30-year career of business turnarounds and rescues. During his time as a consultant Patrick traveled all over the world. Over 80 companies have utilized his expertise and unique set of management skills, negotiating methods and non-nonsense goal achievement. Inspired by his business experience and travel abroad, Patrick enjoys writing and has completed multiple action novels, children’s books, a screenplay, business advice columns and political commentary columns.

SFC Dan Jordan, Military Advisor
Sergeant Jordan began his military career by enlisting into the Minnesota National Guard on June 3, 1983 at the Hastings Armory. After numerous deployments and tours stateside and overseas, working as a patch panel operator, mortuary affairs specialist and mechanic, Sergeant Jordan retired from his military service in January 2010. He is quartermaster of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the American Legion, Association of the United States Army, Disabled American Veterans, Military Order of the Cooties, and an associate member of the Vietnam Veterans of America. Sergeant Jordan has been honored with over 26 decorations and awards for his services.

Terry Hedstrom, Financial Advisory Board 
From Alexandria MN.  Attended University of Minnesota and the  University of Nebraska at Omaha graduating with a Business Degree.  Retiree of United State Air Force serving in both the enlisted and officer corp. Retired with the rank of Major after 22 ½ years of service.  Air Force responsibilities included electronic intelligence, administrator, commander and executive officer.

Post military experience included sales with 3M company, selling microfilm equipment to civilian companies as well as the US Navy.  Using acquired administrative, management and financial skills, established computer and business development consulting companies. Expanded business development skills to include long term strategies and financial oversight of distressed companies.  Marketed companies that were ready for absorption into larger entities.  Provided financial oversight to a small investment company.  Currently serving as Director of Finance / Administration for a small firm.

Bill Fisher, Advisory Board 

 

 

Jonathan P. Anderson, Executive Vice President Business Development Vicon Consolidated 
BS in Finance from Minnesota State University Moorhead. I have 12 years in sales and marketing, 8 years of business development, 5 years of business management.  Some of my experiences are in international acquisitions, imports and exports and have been involved in 5 startups. 

Shawn Meschke, Minnesota Advisory Board
Shawn has 24 years of experience in the development, design and construction of commercial buildings and infrastructure.  As a professional structural engineer and accredited LEED professional Shawn will assist Melody in managing operations.  He will also manage the company’s partnerships with construction contractors for the purposes of installing and / or implementing our products.
 
Shawn R. Meschke, P.E.

  • Registered Professional Engineer for over 20 years
  • LEED Green Associate accredited
  • 25 years of commercial land development and construction management experience across the United States
  • Construction operations and engineering management experience

Lyn Baum, West Coast Advisory Board
Lyn has been working with entrepreneurs and young companies for 10 years. She has helped companies with structure and organization, strategy, marketing and financing including introductions to needed contacts. Lyn’s experience with international lenders has helped in creating presentations for funding the projects and her networking skills has brought product developers, suppliers, buyers and investors together.
Previous to working with entrepreneurs Lyn previous recruited executives for companies. Her years in retail management included buying product for her departments, negotiated with large companies for retail space, managed staff of 80 people and lead in yearly sales and profit.

 

 

Contact Information:

Melody Saunders Brenna
Patrick Ritter
Dan Jordan
Terry Hedstrom
Bill Fisher
Jonathan P. Anderson
Shawn Meschke

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