E.L.K. Lighting Acquires Sterling Industries
September 21, 2010,
NESQUEHONING, Penn.-E.L.K. Lighting has acquired Sterling Industries, the manufacturer of decorative accessories, portable lighting and accent furniture, and it will now become a division under the E.L.K. umbrella.
John Scott, Sterling's chief executive officer and founder, will take on a consulting role, offering John Scott Designs as part of future Sterling offerings.
All of Sterling's operations will be consolidated into E.L.K.'s facilities here, Smith said, and certain key employees will be retained from Sterling.
Scott added, "Our customers will be the ultimate winner from this agreement. Sterling will offer buyers the same great style and selection under the Sterling Industries banner, now coupled with the powerful support of E.L.K. Lighting."
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