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Never better. Ever better.

Take your pick from these two ways to describe the 2018 ProSales 100 and either will apply. The group’s $55.85 billion in collective revenues in 2017 is unprecedented in the list’s 26-year history, even after adjusting for inflation. And yet, even with that accomplishment, one gets the sense that America’s biggest pro-oriented dealers have set themselves up to climb to even higher levels in the years to come

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* Read our analysis of the numbers

Check out these newcomers to the list:
* Bridgewell Resources, Tigard, Ore. (#31)
* Building Component Supply, Jacksonville, Fla. (#89)
* Parks Building Supply, Fayetteville, N.C. (#99)

Get these charts and tables:
* ProSales 100 companies' total sales, 2002-2016
* Top 10 dealers sorted by type of firm
* Top firms ranked by sales per employee and sales per facility
* Top firms ranked by year-over-year change in sales per employee
* Top firms ranked by employee count increases/decreases and workforce percentage increases/decreases
* How dealer groups compare when organized by type and by collective sales
* How rises and falls in housing starts relate to the PS100's sales performance
* IT spending and spending plans
* Component manufacturing activities
* Products sold most often by PS100 members, and what's in their showrooms

Read who was on 1992's original ProSales 100 list and what happened to them.

Review the ProSales 100's top 10 through the years.