Company expands Support of The Moyer Foundation by Donating a Percentage of Sales from Roadside Attractions to help Grieving Youth Heal
City of Industry, CA – [March 30, 2012] Bentley Prince Street, Inc., an industry leader in commercial carpet design, quality and sustainability, wants to take customers on a journey across America with its latest product offering, Roadside Attractions. Available in broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs, Roadside Attractions is the Bentley Prince Street version of a summer road trip with a non-directional pattern that emulates sections of a road map and a color line named for real, American landmarks.
This product will also help put children in distress on the road to recovery.
DeBrodt will Continue the Company’s Industry Leading Commitment to Honest Reporting and Reducing its Environmental Impact
City of Industry, CA – [March 19, 2012] Bentley Prince Street, Inc., an industry leader in commercial carpet design, quality and sustainability, is pleased to introduce Holly DeBrodt as the company’s new director of sustainability. DeBrodt has been with Bentley Prince Street since 2009 and previously served as a sales representative based in Portland, Oregon. Her background in sales will be beneficial to both associates and customers, as she will bring a valuable perspective to Bentley Prince Street’s multi-faceted sustainability philosophy and programs.
“It’s always ideal when you can utilize the star power within the company and I am thrilled that Holly has agreed to take on this important role,” says Anthony Minite, president of Bentley Prince Street.
California’s Largest Commercial Carpet Manufacturer Honored By EPA for Excellence in Green House Gas Reductions
[City of Industry, CA – March 7, 2012:] Bentley Prince Street, Inc. has received an inaugural Climate Leadership Award for Excellence in Green House Gas (GHG) Management (Goal Setting). Winners were announced yesterday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO), the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) (formerly the Pew Center on Global Climate Change), and The Climate Registry (TCR). The awards recognize corporate, organizational, and individual leadership in addressing climate change and reducing carbon pollution. From setting and exceeding aggressive emissions reduction goals to reducing the emissions associated with shipping goods, these organizations are improving efficiency, identifying energy and cost saving opportunities, and reducing pollution.
Featuring Proprietary Chromasynthesis™ Dye Technology and Available in Broadloom, Carpet Tile and Area Rugs
City of Industry, CA – [March 5, 2012] Bentley Prince Street, Inc., an industry leader in commercial carpet design, quality and sustainability, introduces the California Biennial Collection featuring the company’s proprietary Chromasynthesis Dye Technology. Available in broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs, California Biennial interprets Los Angeles’ contemporary museum scene into a modern day flooring solution. In addition to maximizing color availability for lower minimums, this dye technology offers two space dyed yarn options exclusive to Bentley Prince Street that add lustrous bursts of khaki and blue/green colors.
Events will feature Short Documentary “ANEW doing what’s right with what’s left®”
City of Industry, CA – February 24, 2012: Bentley Prince Street, Inc. is thrilled to announce two environmental education and awareness events coming to Los Angeles and Orange County in partnership with ANEW (Asset Network for Education Worldwide, Inc.) a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit. “Aligning Social Sustainability” will highlight the aligning of personal wellness, community, industry and environment. The celebrations honor those who have supported the organization’s commitment to Social Sustainability®, the union of social responsibility and environmental sustainability. A short program will include the premier of a new documentary “ANEW doing what’s right with what’s left“. Guests will represent Fortune 500 companies, civic leaders and community members interested in positive change.