Homecrest parent company buys Innovative Surfaces
September 22, 2008,
“The purchase of Innovative Surfaces, and its partnership with Homecrest Outdoor Living, positions both companies for long-term success and growth in the casual furniture market,” said Mike Bullinger, president of both Bullinger Enterprises and Homecrest Outdoor Living. “We now have the ingredients necessary to return Homecrest to the market position that the company enjoyed in the late 1990s, and to put to rest any doubt that we are serious about the casual furniture market.”
Bullinger Enterprises purchased the assets of HC Holdings and resumed production of Homecrest Outdoor Living in December 2007.
Phoenix-based Innovative Surfaces is known for its use of copper, nickel and other metals to augment its faux stone table tops. In addition to producing tabletops for Homecrest, it will continue to develop and manufacture tabletops for other causal furniture manufacturers as well.
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