Chapter 3 buys Golden Chair seat association – Daily Journal
January 16, 2017 - accent chair
By David Helms
HOULKA – Furniture builder Golden Chair was purchased by Minneapolis-based Chapter 3 Inc. in December, though a company’s domicile and production plant will sojourn in Houlka.
Greg Washington, a owners and boss of Golden Chair for a past 30 years, done a proclamation recently.
Chapter 3 Inc. is owned by Jennifer and David Schock, who now live in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Jennifer Schock, CEO for Chapter 3, pronounced Chapter 3 also will have a tiny sales and selling bureau in Minneapolis.
The new owners pronounced all stream Golden Chair crew will sojourn with a new association and continue to work for Chapter 3.
Washington will be staying aboard as clamp boss of manufacturing, Schock said.
Other pivotal managers will be Jeff Lamb, executive of operations; Emily DeRosier, clamp boss pattern and marketing; Tim Sartin, plant manager; Tommy Taylor, crew manager; Edie Washington, bureau manager and Kim Holladay, AP/payroll manager.
“We’re really vehement about this new event and vehement to assistance grow a association utilizing this 30 years of profitable experience,” pronounced Schock, who was in Tupelo final week where Chapter 3 was participating in a Tupelo Furniture Market.
Essentially, a association will work really identical as it did in a past, focusing on accent furniture.
Chapter 3 will be expanding a association to embody online sell business as good as other mid-size brick-and-mortar accounts.
Jennifer Schock has 25 years of sell experience, including a past 14 years in a seat industry.
She worked for Target for 15 years as a customer and comparison buyer. She afterwards worked for 8 years for a Chinese seat bureau and managed a U.S. side of a business.
David Schock, arch handling officer for Chapter 3, is an electical operative with some-more than 25 years of knowledge in production and plan management.
He has worked for Boston Scientific, Barry Wehmiller and other tiny production companies.
The Schrocks will invert behind and onward between Mississippi and Minnesota for a subsequent few months and will be renting a home in a area.
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