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Jerry Rouleau
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  • Terryville, CT
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Tell us about yourself:
Jerry is the founder and co-host of the popular weekly radio program, on He is a speaker, author, coach and consultant, that specializes in public relations, marketing and sales training for builders, housing companies and building product suppliers. He is also the author of four books and a frequent article contributor to numerous building trade publications.

Special feature home projects that he has been involved, have been featured on the Today Show, in People Magazine, USA Today, Country Living, House Beautiful, Country Home, Home Magazine, and in hundreds of newspapers, radio, TV, and specialty consumer magazines. In the past thirteen years, Jerry’s firm has generated over $40 million dollars in publicity for their clients.

Additionally he is also the founder and President of the National Cancer Awareness Foundation and the originator and creator of the Jan’s House of Hope Tour (a house built on a barge that toured seven east coast cities). This project was used as a fundraiser, raising $2 million dollars for hospices and cancer awareness.

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At 9:41pm on February 8, 2009, Kelly said…
Hi Jerry,

Loved your information off from
Great information on there!

At 2:11pm on October 30, 2008, Dee said…
Hi Jerry - welcome (belated as it may be) - I look forward to seeing you online. Dee

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