Roland Partners with Curtis Stone, Headed to NY Now

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LOS ANGELES-Roland Products has teamed up with Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions to distribute its brand of bakeware, gadgets and accessories in the U.S.

Founded in 2012, Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions features functional and well-designed products that Stone, a co-owner of the company, helped design and develop. The partnership will allow Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions to further the brand using Roland's knowledge and penetration of the United States market, Roland said in a statement.

"Curtis Stone and I, co-founders of Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions, are thrilled to have Roland Products, Inc. as the distributor for the States and add them to our global team," said Harry Pourounidis of Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions. "Roland will allow us to serve the United States customers more effectively and efficiently and their knowledgeable team will help the Kitchen Solutions collection thrive in the USA."

Both Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions and Roland Products will exhibit at the upcoming NY Now, in booths #3535 and #3530, respectively. Stone himself will be at the Curtis Stone Kitchen Solutions booth on Sunday, Aug. 18, to sign complimentary copies of his new book, "What's for Dinner?: Delicious Recipes for a Busy Life," from 12-1 p.m.

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