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Maggie Hardy


Maggie Hardy is a highly successful entrepreneur and serves as owner and CEO of two widely recognized businesses: 84 Lumber, the nation’s largest, privately held supplier of building materials, manufactured components and industry-leading services for single and multi-family residences and commercial buildings; and Nemacolin, a four-season resort tucked in the Alleghenies and nestled on 2,200 acres in the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania.

84 Lumber, with $6.3 billion in sales in 2023, operates 320 facilities across the U.S., comprised of stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops and engineered wood product centers. 84 Lumber is recognized as a leader in the industry and consistently receives high marks for the professionalism and knowledge of its more than 7,000 associates. 84 Lumber is also a certified national women’s business enterprise; was named by Forbes as one of America’s Largest Private Companies; and was listed on Newsweek’s Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024 list.

A getaway like no other, Nemacolin resort has been creating magical moments in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands since 1987. The four-season playground stretches across more than 2,200 acres in southwestern Pennsylvania, showcasing a range of Forbes Travel Guide’s award-winning accommodations from the grandeur luxury of The Chateau and the modern sophistication of Falling Rock to the elevated luxury of The Grand Lodge, The Homes, and The Estates. With magic all around, Nemacolin comes to life with show-stopping dining and lounges; two Pete Dye-designed championship golf courses; award-winning Woodlands Spa and Salon; Holistic Healing Center; Orvis-endorsed fly fishing; and a collection of outdoor activities. Highlights include snow sports, shopping, wildlife experiences, art tours, magical seasonal events, and fun for all. Nemacolin celebrates and inspires with 35,000 square feet of space for meetings and special events, bringing the most magical moments to life from weddings to corporate retreats.