For Immediate Release
July 10, 2017
Rev-A-Shelf Acquires Glideware
Louisville, Kentucky – Rev-A-Shelf, LLC is excited to announce the acquisition of Glideware, LLC of Grand Junction, Colorado. Rev-A-Shelf General Manager David Noe alongside Dave and Jenny Hall of Glideware issued joint statements confirming the intention to merge the two companies.
“The acquisition of Glideware is a perfect fit for Rev-A-Shelf; we have a lot of respect for Dave and Jenny and the creative work they’ve done to bring innovative new ideas to the accessory/organization category,” said Rev-A-Shelf’s General Manager David Noe, adding, “We will work closely with Dave over the next few months to properly integrate their products into our customer segments. These are versatile products that resonate in many applications and we expect our broad exposure to provide even more success to the line.”
“Jenny and I are very excited about this acquisition and are looking forward to working with Rev-A-Shelf to ensure a smooth transition,” said Glideware founder Dave Hall, adding, “We are confident that Rev-A-Shelf will continue to deliver quality products and offer great customer service that Glideware customers have come to expect. We are proud of what we have accomplished since introducing Glideware in 2013 and could not have selected a better company to continue its success.”
About Rev-A-Shelf LLC.
Established in 1978 as a division of Jones Plastic & Engineering, our product line began as metal and polymer Lazy Susan components manufactured for the largest U.S. cabinet manufacturers, and they have grown into the market leading innovator of quality functional residential cabinet storage, LED Cabinet Lighting and organizational products.
Rev-A-Shelf manufactures thousands of innovative accessories for your kitchen, bath or closet. With the acquisition of Tresco Lighting, Rev-A-Shelf offers a full line of L.E.D. lighting options for residential & commercial cabinetry and store display fixtures. Rev-A-Shelf’s primary markets are Cabinet Hardware Distributors, large OEM cabinet manufacturers, Lowes and Menards home centers, and a number of online web resellers.
Launched in 2013, after struggling to find a solid solution for storing a new set of cookware, Jenny and Dave Hall began Glideware with a mission to invent new ways to organize “stuff”. The original product was a one-of-a- kind hardware innovation, recognized as a Best of the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show winner, and one of This Old House Magazines’ top 100 products. Today, the Glideware portfolio has evolved into a full complement of organization solutions for closets, mud rooms, lockers, vanities and kitchens – indoors and out – all proudly made in America.