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Please Follow our site and blog for the best interior design tips and really cool Lamps Shadesofsoho.com shadesofsoho.blogspot.com

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Please Follow Our Blog As Well as Our Site For The Best Lamp and Lighting Tips, and For Great Deals on Lamps shadesofsoho.com 

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From the college days of burning the midnight oil, to the more domestic days of lighting up your home, many often ask how these two college roommates mastered their unique craft in the home lighting world. Graduating from Monmouth College back in 1993 when unemployment was high, floppy disks were still floppy, and the internet was nonexistent, Bryan and Sam began working at a local lamp shades factory, learning the business from the ground up, at a time when American manufacturing still mattered. Bryan, a communication major, and Sam, a criminal justice major, soon found themselves cutting and sewing fabric, welding and wiring lamps and learning from their seasoned mentors how the little details in designing made all the difference and should never be forgotten. Eventually buying the company many years later, the realization of not being able to compete with Chinese imports changed their direction in both styling and business plan.

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From the college days of burning the midnight oil, to the more domestic days of lighting up your home, many often ask how these two college roommates mastered their unique craft in the home lighting world. Graduating from Monmouth College back in 1993 when unemployment was high, floppy disks were still floppy, and the internet was nonexistent, Bryan and Sam began working at a local lamp shades factory, learning the business from the ground up, at a time when American manufacturing still mattered. Bryan, a communication major, and Sam, a criminal justice major, soon found themselves cutting and sewing fabric, welding and wiring lamps and learning from their seasoned mentors how the little details in designing made all the difference and should never be forgotten. Eventually buying the company many years later, the realization of not being able to compete with Chinese imports changed their direction in both styling and business plan.
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