O.W. Lee Named ICFA Manufacturer of the Year

ONTARIO, Calif.-O.W. Lee was named the Manufacturer of the Year Award by the International Casual Furnishings Association.

O.W. Lee was selected as the Manufacturer of the Year as a result of its high point standings in a variety of categories, including quality of products, design, merchandising, customer service, ethics/trade relations and communication.

"O.W. Lee is very honored to receive this prestigious award from our retailers," said Terri Lee Rogers, co-owner and president of O.W. Lee. "This award touches each and every one of our employees, and we thank them for their hard work and dedication to our products and the company overall."

In addition, the company received a Manufacturer Leadership Award in the Wrought Iron/Aluminum category.

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