Deadline for Entries is April 3, 2013
Los Angeles, CA – March 21, 2013: For the first time, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA) is offering the opportunity to design the collectible t-shirt for its most anticipated event of the year “Power Women, Power Tools.” Every year, “Power Women, Power Tools” attracts high-profile women volunteers from various sectors, including corporate, government, faith and the entertainment industry, as well as celebrities who spend the day building homes and bringing much needed awareness for affordable housing. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Sony Pictures Studios from 8am to 4pm.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. (Jan. 15, 2013) – The Board of Directors at Bentley Prince Street today announced the appointment of Ralph Grogan to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective immediately. Grogan brings more than 30 years of relevant experience in the carpet industry having served in senior management positions with several carpet manufacturers, including chief operating officer of Tandus Flooring. Grogan succeeds Anthony Minite, who stepped down as President and CEO of the company last week.
“We are fortunate to have someone of Ralph Grogan’s caliber and experience to lead Bentley Prince Street going forward,” said Mac Bridger, board member and interim CEO of Bentley Prince Street. “Anyone who has followed Ralph’s career knows he is the right person for this position and brings a successful track record of leading some of the top carpet brands in our industry.
New Product adds Dimension and Brilliance to Corporate, Hospitality & Retail Segments
[City of Industry, CA – October 9, 2012] Iconic Intensity is the next generation of Bentley Prince Street’s acclaimed product, Iconic™. Featuring a reimagined and progressive color line, Iconic Intensity represents a bold arrangement of stripes crafted with various textures. Iconic Intensity is available in broadloom, area rugs and three carpet tile sizes (18×36 in, 24×24 in and 36×36 in) for modular creativity. Its wonderful scale and luxurious finish makes a grand statement in hospitality and retail environments, while its monochromatic nature delivers sophistication to corporate space.
“Iconic Intensity exemplifies our legacy of beauty and performance while addressing the needs of the marketplace,” says Anthony Minite, president and CEO of Bentley Prince Street.
[Pasadena, CA – August 21, 2012] Asset Network for Education Worldwide, Inc. (ANEW) has partnered with AIS, a leading commercial furniture manufacturer, to promote the practice of redirecting surplus office furniture to public agencies and charities. AIS has signed on as a Steward Sponsor and, in addition to funding, will also provide ANEW as a resource to its clients who are faced with the task of liquidating surplus furniture, fixture and architectural materials.
Rose Tourje, founder of ANEW said: “When asked, most companies will say they want to do the right thing for their community and the environment. Crossing the threshold and taking action is what matters most. We’re talking about people coming together for a single purpose – to unite social responsibility with environmental sustainability. AIS is a progressive company that values this practice and is enthusiastic about creating positive change.
Visit ANEW at Dwell on Design to View Award-Winning Film & Join the Social Sustainability® Movement
Los Angeles, CA – [June 22, 2012] Asset Network for Education Worldwide, Inc. (ANEW), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, teamed up with Change for Balance Productions to create a short documentary, “ANEW: doing what’s right with what’s left®.” The documentary is currently on the film festival circuit and is serving as an effective platform for calling attention to the work ANEW does turning surplus furniture, architectural materials and building assets into service. Since May, the documentary has been an official selection at the Catalina and FILManthropy Film Festivals and, most recently, was named the winner of the “Eco Award” at the Awareness Festival in Los Angeles.
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.