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GuildMaster Announces Leadership Change

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.–GuildMaster announced today the resignation of Steve Crowder, CEO and president of the company. GuildMaster said it has retained Randy Eller of Eller Enterprises to work with the company as a consultant on a temporary basis. Eller’s first task will be to work with the management staff of GuildMaster to evaluate the company’s currentMore »

GuildMaster Launches “Stories Made by Hand” Contest

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.–GuildMaster has launched a contest calling for buyers to submit their favorite stories of how GuildMaster pieces have enhanced their lives for a chance to receive a $1,000 credit towards a future order. The contest will accept entries until Sunday, April 6. Buyers can enter by sharing their stories on the GuildMaster Facebook page,More »

GuildMaster Unveils New Branding

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SPRINGFIELD, MO.–GuildMaster will unveil a new branding campaign and logo at the winter markets. The new logo will be featured at each of the GuildMaster showrooms, and will launch at the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, Jan. 7-14. This is the first phase of the campaign for 2014, featuring “Stories Made by Hand”More »

ART Elects Lowack, President; Andrulis, Executive Vice President

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.–ART, the creative home furnishings network, has a newly elected board of directors, as of Nov. 1. Mindy Lowack, Dallas Market Center, has become president of ART, succeeding Steve Crowder, GuildMaster, who will remain on the board as an advisor. In addition, Susan Andrulis of IMAX was elected executive vice president, John Clements ofMore »

GuildMaster Emerges from Chapter 11; Investors Take Company Private

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.–GuildMaster has officially emerged from Chapter 11 and will operate as a private company. Management and a small group of investors have purchased the company and committed more than $1 million of capital. A judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Missouri approved the reorganization plan, which had already beenMore »