SOUTHAVEN, Miss. - Whitmor, a provider of home storage home storage, organization and laundry accessory products recently acquired NEAT Method, a luxury home organization service. NEAT currently has over 25 locations across the United States.
According to the Whitmor, this acquisition marks its first and is significant in that it combines the concept home storage and organization product sector with a service provider, both sharing in a common objective to help keep people and households organized.
“In recent years we identified a real opportunity for our company to become strategically aligned with a home organization service provider. Quickly after commencing conversations with NEAT Method we knew, without a doubt, that they were the perfect fit for our vision,” said Scott Felsenthal, Whitmor’s Executive Vice President. “NEAT Method has built a terrific business and brand operated by incredibly talented ladies that has provided many individuals who love to organize with the opportunity to start their own business and earn significant income doing what they love to do. We have aggressive plans to help fuel the growth of, and to strategically support, NEAT Method and we couldn’t be more excited about the marriage of these two great companies.”
"After many years of building our business and providing the best home organizing services in the industry to clients across the country, we have learned just how important products are to the successful outcome of a project and a home,” said Ashley Murphy and Molly Graves, NEAT Method Co-Founders. “We truly believe that without the perfect products, our clients cannot maintain an organized space. Joining forces with a leader in the storage and organization product world was a natural fit. We look forward to continuing to grow with Whitmor and officially marrying their products and capabilities with our service offerings.”
The NEAT Method is a lifestyle service that provides luxury organization solutions and custom designs, creating style and efficiency. The company has been featured in top media outlets from House Beautiful, Vogue, Forbes and The New York Times.
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