Jeff MacDowell, director of Luxury Products Group (LPG) attended the 2022 IMARK Summer Invitational alongside exclusive brands Australian Designer Faucets and Current. IMARK members from across the country were invited to attend and were able to learn more about what the LPG strategic initiatives have to offer.
These exclusive trainings are sponsored by LR Brands — An Oatey Innovation, and will give members access to best practice tips, to be used both personally and professionally, as well as coveted general advice from experts belonging to one of the world’s most renowned etiquette institutions.
After more than two years apart, the Luxury Products Group (LPG) Advisory Committee came together in person, at Central Arizona Supply in Mesa, Arizona, and spent a productive day discussing future group aspirations, opportunities for improvement and ways to ensure longevity.
LPG announced growth of over 38% for 2021, establishing a record during one of the most challenging years in the industry. To compliment this promising growth, the organization has added new executive team members and is slated to add new vendor partners in early 2022.
QuickDrain USA, an Oatey Co. company, is now an approved vendor partner for Luxury Products Group (LPG). The partnership between QuickDrain and LPG provides enhanced opportunities for independent showrooms across the U.S. to offer QuickDrain’s complete shower solutions, including its linear drains, WallDrain, SquareDrain, sustainable BenchSeat, decorative covers and finishes and more.
Luxury Products Group (LPG) welcomes Commerce Township, Michigan-based Savance Enterprise as its newest supplier partner. Savance Enterprise’s ERP Software will be the first new service partner to join the group in 2021.
IMARK Plumbing and Luxury Products Group (LPG) have launched a partnership with Fitbit to promote health and wellness for its members, and encourage networking through the platform with the help of key sponsors.
There has been a dramatic decline in the number of tradespeople in the U.S., particularly plumbers. More than half of America’s trade professionals are at or nearing retirement age. The majority of high schools began discontinuing their “shop” classes a decade ago, and teenagers are not being exposed to the opportunities available for a skilled trade workforce.