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ApplePly and my adventures trying to order it in the east

For those who don't know, ApplePly is made in Oregon and is probably best plywood material available in the US (if there is something better, please enlighten me). I'm located in Pennsylvania and I've contacted quite a few wood suppliers to get a hold of ApplePly 3/4" maple furniture grade pre-finished (yes, you don't need to finish it, it already looks amazing). The closest I've found so far was C grade. Does anyone know where I can order one sheet at a higher grade in or near PA? If I can get 19 others to each order a sheet (pricey, around ~$130), we could get a pallet ordered for 2-4 week delivery. Any takers? Specifically, are there 19 takers in and around the PA area?
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Did you contact Chesapeake Plywood in Baltimore? They are a plywood distributor and may have it in stock.
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The States Industries website lists distributors across the country. I don't know your zip code, or I would have already looked for you.

https://www.statesind.com/page/where-to-buy
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Cabinet supply stores usually have the Appleply.

http://www.diychatroom.com/

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Did you contact Chesapeake Plywood in Baltimore? They are a plywood distributor and may have it in stock.

I didn't, but I'll look into it, thanks!


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The States Industries website lists distributors across the country. I don't know your zip code, or I would have already looked for you.

https://www.statesind.com/page/where-to-buy

Thanks, sadly their website isn't an accurate way to find distributors with stock.



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Cabinet supply stores usually have the Appleply.

Good to know, I'll try to locate a few more in my area, though I think they might stock lower grades?
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