“Risky” Plunge For a Great Cause!

Every year we look forward to the theme that Rick Seidman, President & CEO of Quoizel, and his family and friends pick to take the plunge!

This year they did not disappoint…”Risky Business” was on the mind of this brave possie singing Old Time Rock and Roll while diving into the cold Atlantic! Whether dressed as Zorro, traffic cones or super heroes, Rick and hundreds of others take part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge at Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina raising thousands of dollars for the Special Olympics of South Carolina which holds athletic contests for people with intellectual disabilities.


Welcome Back!!

Quoizel is ecstatic to welcome back Scott Connell.

Scott, who originally joined Quoizel in 1998 and was the SE Florida Sales Representative, has recently accepted the position of Director of Retail Business Development.

A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Scott left Quoizel in 2008 to start his own Independent Sales Agency in South Florida, and in 2011 he joined Legrand North America as their Lighting Showroom Sales Manager for the Northeast and Eastern Canada area.

Scott, who is genuinely excited to rejoin the Quoizel family, is eager to increase their business with large furniture chains, department stores, mass merchants, club stores and catalog houses.


Live Long and Prosper!

Good genes and a great work ethic run in the family!  Beulah Phillips Gladstone who is Chairman of the Board, Ira Phillips’ sister is 98 years young and was recently featured in an article in the Palm Beach Sun-Sentinel highlighting how she stays mentally active.

Since January 2000 Beulah has logged more than 17,000 hours of service as a volunteer at Bethesda Hospital East.  She volunteers at the front reception desk and helps in the public relations department preparing maternity information packets for expectant mothers.


Quoizel Continues to Give — Partnering with March of Dimes!

Every year Quoizel selects a different non-profit organization to support. This year’s selection is the March of Dimes whose mission is to fund lifesaving research and programs to end premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality.

As a company, they have set a corporate goal of $8,000.  A portion of that was recently raised during the March for Babies walk and Quoizel’s March of Dimes Boot Camp.  They are hoping to raise the remaining dollars during Quoizel’s upcoming 2014 Warehouse Sale which will include lighting raffles every hour, refreshments and a facebook campaign where Quoizel will donate a $1.00 for every new “Like” to this worthy organization.