Drew Denicoff graduated from Towson University in Towson, Maryland, and completed a Master of Business Administration at The George Washington University School of Business in Washington, D.C. In 1988, he joined Central Wholesalers, Inc., in Laurel, Maryland, where he serves as President. The company sells more than 17,000 different products utilized in commercial maintenance for multifamily communities. Under the guidance of Drew Denicoff, Central Wholesalers, Inc., also sells and installs kitchens. Specializing in durable cabinets, custom countertops, and vanities, the company offers free computer layouts that maximize space efficiency. Many installations can be completed in five business days or less. Another area in which Drew Denicoff holds responsibility, lock service, provides HPC Master Key Systems, rekeys old locks, offers top brand names, and completes on-site lock work. The maintenance supply firm’s code key system can reduce or eliminate lock problems, including inadvertent key duplication. Drew Denicoff and Central Wholesalers, Inc. also track master keys and generate and maintain reports of lock pinning sequences. Manufactured with nickel and silver, the master keys remain strong and resilient. Central Wholesalers, Inc., produces an informative catalogue and maintains a website, but Drew Denicoff and his staff also enjoy meeting one-on-one with customers to assess their needs and develop plans to save them money. Established in 1981 in Hyattsville, Maryland, the company has grown to nearly 400 employees. Drew Denicoff directs all of the company's operations. He also oversees sales and marketing and meets with vendors and customers. In addition to lock systems and kitchen upgrades, Central Wholesalers, Inc., makes screens and window blinds. When not pursuing professional goals, Drew Denicoff appreciates spending time with his children, golfing, and traveling. Drew Denicoff also supports several nonprofit organizations, including Habitat for Humanity International, The Loading Dock, Inc., and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.