Westfield, MA, May 13, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Lamson Products announced several new promotions will be unveiled at the May 21-24th, NRA Show at McCormick Place, in Chicago, Illinois. The 179 year old knife manufacturer returns to Chicago fresh off its 2016 exhibition debut in March at the International Home and Housewares Show.
“With the great success our team had in March,” reported Lamson CEO, Jim Pelletier, “we are even more enthusiastic about the products and promotions to be offered at National Restaurant Show in May.”
Formerly known as Lamson & Goodnow, Lamson Products manufactures cutlery and commercial kitchen tools for a variety of buyers; from home cooking enthusiasts to top-line retailers and distributors, as well as suppliers to the commercial food service industry. Lamson is fully committed to growing its market share and is experiencing increased manufacturing output, as well as increased sales so far this year.
Dave Sepavich, Lamson’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing adds, “With all the activity and positive responses from the IHA Show, we anticipate an even bigger reception to our commercial kitchen tool offers!”
The Lamson booth will feature an array of products representing its line of commercial cutlery and food service tools. The NRA Show Promotion includes a “Chef’s Special”; three essential kitchen tools from the professional line: an 8” butcher knife, a heavy duty 12” carving fork, and a flexible 3x5 turner/ spatula. Also offered is a “Butcher’s Best” 5.25” meat cleaver and a “Baker’s Best Friend”, a heavy duty dough scraper. Interested wholesalers who are not attending the show can inquire by contacting our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lamson Products
Lamson and Goodnow dates its origins to 1837 when founder Silas Lamson began manufacturing the first two-handled scythe in the United States. Based in Shelburne Falls along the Deerfield River, Lamson began making agricultural tools but soon after expanded into custom tools, kitchen cutlery and other blade and edged tools. By the late 1800’s Lamson cutlery was the knife of choice of US Presidents and most of America. The company expanded into trade tools, wooden and silicone kitchen products and accessories, as well as laboratory and graphic tools. In 2015, the new Lamson Company relocated its offices and manufacturing to Westfield, Massachusetts, staking a new location to uphold the tradition of quality craftsmanship its customers have known and expect.
For more information, contact James Snow at 800-642-6564 ext. 16, or visit www.lamsonsharp.com.