LILY JACK IS RELOCATING Third Generation Furniture Manufacturer Moves Back to its Original Roots Los Angeles, CA, March 20, 2018– Lily Jack, a leading manufacturer and importer of high‐end furniture in the hospitality & residential markets, will be relocating to Inglewood, CA beginning April 1, 2018. The new location was purchased in 1944 by CEO Lisa Villarreal’s Grandfather (Jack), who moved his family west to embark on a new life and business. Here, he built his own high‐end furniture manufacturing facility, producing upholstered seating for the retail market. Eventually, he retired and leased the buildings out for the past several decades. Recently, the long‐term tenants moved out, which provided a great opportunity for Lily Jack. This will be the next stage in the company’s overall strategic plan. This new location will serve as the company’s corporate headquarters, in addition to acting as a studio for new in‐line product development, research and development for model rooms, expedited projects, as well as high‐end residential furniture. Meanwhile, our Mexico and Asia factories will focus on large scale upholstered seating, casegoods and metal fabrication. “We are going back to where it all started, which is pretty amazing. My Grandfather built this factory with his own hands. I have personally selected the best and the brightest team members to be a part of this exciting new chapter in the Lily Jack story. Manufacturing in the U.S. is still important to us as a company, and we will continue to expand our footprint in Mexico, Vietnam & China. I am extremely proud to carry on the family legacy and make this a 4th generation company!” Lisa Villarreal The new address location is 1030 West Hillcrest Boulevard, Inglewood, California 90301. The building is in close‐proximity to LAX, as well as the 405 and 105 freeways. “Our new location will make it even easier for clients to fly in for quick meetings and product reviews, which we always encourage.” Lisa Villarreal. If you would like more information about our relocation, please contact Lily Jack at 310‐965‐1993 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Lily Jack Is Moving
Lily Jack proudly introduces the Burgundy Collection. Check out this chic mixture of elegance and comfort at www.lilyjack.com!
Lily Jack channeled the polished glamour that epitomizes Manhattan for our booth at BDNY 2015. Gracefully shaped pieces in sumptuous finishes and fabrics sparkled with brass details. We welcomed the opportunity to launch our fabulous new line, The Burgundy Collection and to connect with friends, old and new. Thank you all for your continued interest and support!
Lily Jack was so thankful to once again partner with A Child's Dream in their annual Back to School Outreach program. On Saturday, August 15, 69 volunteers, including Lily Jack's Sales Representatives, Mitch Zerg and Tracy Hall along with Project Manager, Kate Gallagher and Marketing & Social Media Specialist, Alex Brown, came out to show support at the Veteran's Memorial Park in Culver City. This year, the outreach program was able to provide for over 700 children and their families by distributing backpacks, school supplies, socks, shoes, personal hygiene kits and clothing! To top it off, a big thank you to Loui Reynoso from Barber Society LA LLC, for bringing in 11 barbers from Newbury Barber College to give the children FREE haircuts! Of course, none of this would be possible without Cassandra Sampson, Founder and Coordinator of A Child's Dream and Lily Jack's Director of Sales and Marketing. She really is remarkable! Thank you Cassandra for all that you do for the community and Lily Jack! We are looking forward to being a part of the Annual Holiday Outreach Program on December 19, 2015 at the Culver City Memorial Building. For more information on A Child's Dream and this upcoming event or to donate, please visit their website at www.achildsdream-ca.org.
Lily Jack is pleased to present the Downtown Collection. Our new line of sophisticated furnishings showcases the elegant designs and the luxurious detailing that Lily Jack is known for. Find out more at www.lilyjack.com.
Glamour, Sophistication, Fun! Lily Jack had it all at HD Expo 2015! The unveiling of the Downtown Collection, our chic new line of furnishings, was a huge hit. Our booth shimmered with metal accents set against luxe leathers, plush velvets and rich wood finishes. A special thanks to all of you who made the HD Expo 2015 a brilliant success and congratulations to the two lucky winners of our designer handbag raffle!
Beautiful Downtown San Diego set the stage for BD West 2015. Lily Jack enthusiastically participated in the event, offering a sneak peek of our 2015 spring collection to those who stopped by our booth. As always, we enjoyed the opportunity to visit with old friends and to make new ones. Many thanks to all of you who made BD West 2015 a big success!
As of January 1, 2015, Lily Jack, a furniture manufacturer in the state of California, must be absolutely certain that all COL/COM sent to us for upholstery meets the UFAC-Class 1 certification. All Purchasing Agents and/or Designers must provide the proper certificate of compliance with all COL/COM sent to Lily Jack. Lily Jack cannot be held responsible for any delays or costs related to COL/COM purchased and shipped to us without the proper UFAC-1 certification. To find out more about the UFAC, please visit www.ufac.org.
Lily Jack is proud to contribute to the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation. The AHLEF supports the efforts of talented hospitality students by providing scholarships, research grants, and investments in key programs that include workforce development and school-to-career projects. Lily Jack values the importance of what the next generation will bring to the future of the hospitality industry. To learn more about AHLEF and their mission please visit www.ahlef.org
Lily Jack is honored to have donated beautiful new furniture for the Blue Butterfly Village in San Pedro, CA which will provide housing to homeless female veterans and their families. Volunteers of America is spending $15 million on this project to renovate existing US Navy family housing into 74 townhomes for eligible service women. In an article from the LA Times “Female veterans are the fastest-growing segment of the homeless population, according to the US Department of Veterans Affairs. In 2013, 4,456 of the nation’s nearly 58,000 homeless veterans were women, the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported.” Many thanks to Volunteers of America for creating a beautiful community for these honorable women to start a new life. To learn more about this cause go to http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-women-vets-20140519-story.html