I've seen a lot of cabinet shop websites where they prominently display logos for some of their major suppliers, such as hardware companies like Blum or Grass, solid surface brands, finish brands, or even sheet goods. On first blush, that seems like a good idea because it seems to add professional credibility to your business. But then I read this interesting discussion that argues effectively for disappearing any logos but your own from your website and marketing materials. One of the key points was this: "The goal of your website is to get people curious to want to learn more about you (not your suppliers). Wouldn't you rather get a call from someone wanting Brand X (that you don't carry) so you could ask them why they love Brand X so much? Then you can try to position one of the brands you do carry which offers similar benefits." There were some other solid points raised, too.
What do you think? Is there an advantage to attaching your marketing to other brands?