Goombay Bash Never Disappoints!

Every year Quoizel looks forward to supporting the H Foundation and its ongoing goal to fight cancer.  This party of the summer finds an estimated 1,200 people partying at the annual Caribbean-themed event wearing Hawaiian shirts, sandals, and leis, all while raising $615,590 for cancer research!!

All money raised goes directly to basic science cancer research at the Robert H Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center at Northwestern University. In 15 years, Founder & President, John Rot, Horton Electric Supply, and his Foundation have raised more than $6 million and helped raise another $35 million for cancer research funds and grants. 


Happy 4th of July!

Did you know…

In 1776, there were 2.5 million people living in the United States. Today, the population of the U.S. is over 320 million.

The last time July 4th fell on a Saturday it was 1998.

Federal Government will be observing Independence Day on July 3rd and 4th this year.  The post office will be open on Friday, July 3rd, but not on Saturday, July 4th!

In observance of the holiday, Quoizel’s offices will be closed on Friday, July 3rd. They will reopen at 8:30am (EST) on Monday, July 6th.


June 2015 Dallas Market Was A Huge Success!

Quoizel had 350 customers visit their Dallas showroom, and with 210 new items introduced, the sales force was eager to present these new products to their accounts. Included in these introductions were 14 new bath items, an impressive 90 new outdoor items and additions to the very popular Platinum Collection.  The Quoizel line was all the buzz!

Not only were Quoizel’s customers excited about the market promotions, but they were very excited to take a peek at Quoizel’s 2015-2016 lighting catalog. The 512-page book and the new portable lighting catalog will be mailed out to customers within the coming weeks.


Breaking News…

Quoizel attended the Lighting One Awards Banquet last night in Dallas as market week officially kicks off today.  Quoizel was honored to receive the 2015 Commitment Award which was graciously received by Rick Seidman, President and CEO and Howard Greenberg, Director of Sales-Retail Division.


Charleston Strong!

Our hearts are heavy during these trying times…With only miles separating Goose Creek from Charleston it is impossible not to be touched by this senseless act.

Charleston and the surrounding communities are in Quoizel’s thoughts during this painful time.  It is inspiring to see that grief has united all of us instead of it tearing us apart!

“Tears shed for another person are not a sign of weakness. They are a sign of a pure heart.”  Jose’ N. Harris