After a successful career at Armstrong and as vice president of sales at Mohawk, Ron founded CarpetsPlus in 1996 with Jon Logue. In addition to authoring a book and serving on several boards, he also founded One Thing, an Atlanta-based ministry for men. Ron graduated with a BA from Trinity University in Deerfield, IL, and in 2010 was named their Alumnus of the Year. He and his wife Sandy have two grown children and several grandchildren. Ron is from Milwaukee, WI and now lives in Alpharetta, GA with his wife Sandy.
Jon started his long career in the flooring industry with Dow Chemical after serving in the United States Army. He went on to stops at Salem, Horizon and as senior vice president of marketing and product development at Mohawk. Jon was also part of the team credited with the invention and development of Anso IV nylon. Jon graduated with a BS in chemistry from North Carolina State University and an MS degree in business from Virginia Commonwealth University. Jon and his wife Nancy live in Chattanooga, TN.
Ryan is the as the co-COO & Vice President of Sales. He excelled at college and semi-pro baseball before pursuing a career in the flooring industry. He became a carpet installer, then retail store owner, before he joined CarpetsPlus in 1999. Ryan founded One Thing for Youth to reach kids through the game of baseball while focusing on creating MVP’s for life. Ryan is originally from Milwaukee and now lives in Alpharetta, GA with his wife Christy and their two sons.
Kevin Logue graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans with a BA in Mass Communication in 1993. During college, he was an accomplished drummer and radio disc jockey. After a successful career in television news and digital media production, Kevin began his career in the flooring industry in 1998 with American Flooring Consultants as Director of Operations. He subsequently joined CarpetsPlus of America in 2000, as Director of Marketing and now serves as Vice President of Marketing. Kevin is originally from Richmond, Virginia and now lives in Signal Mountain, TN with his wife, Jenni, and his three sons.