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This is What we Do! - Michigan Industries - American Seating

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on April 05, 2011

American Seating is mentioned in Mike Dunlap’s column “From Where I Sit” where he focuses on Michigan industries and Michigan pride. In this week’s column he reminds his readers of all the other industries in Michigan including American Seating.

Originally posted in MiBiz on April 3, 2011

American Seating A Hit with Major League Baseball

Posted in Architectural on March 31, 2011

By Shandra Martinez | The Grand Rapids Press MLive.com
GRAND RAPIDS — It’s been what you might call a home run year for American Seating Company when it comes to its stadium business.

The hits have been one after another: 20,000 seats for the Boston Red Sox, 28,000 for the Baltimore Orioles, 35,000 for the Florida Marlins and 42,000 to the Washington, D.C., Nationals.

The Grand Rapids company’s baseball seating business is up at least 25 percent over last year, said Bruce Weener, vice president of sales. His company shirt is embroidered with the motto: “We know baseball.”

Originally posted in MLive on March 30, 2011

American Seating’s new innovation helps customers become LEED certified

Posted in Architectural, Corporate on December 13, 2010

Rapid Growth, Thursday, December 9, 2010
In the fixed-seating sector of the furniture industry, American Seating is “ahead of the curve,” according to Deb McDermott, VP of marketing and business development.

After a year of development, American Seating became the first North American fixed-seating manufacturer to produce chairs with curved plywood backs that are not only Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified, but also contain no added urea formaldehyde (NAUF).

Originally posted in Rapid Growth on December 9, 2010

American Seating produces cutting-edge formaldehyde-free designs for Yellowstone National Park

Posted in Architectural on November 24, 2010

Grand Rapids Press, November 24, 2010
GRAND RAPIDS – Less polluting glue and wood from sustainable forests are being built into curved-plywood backings for auditorium chairs made by American Seating.

Originally posted in MLive on November 23, 2010

Buildings Magazine

Posted in Architectural on November 04, 2010

American Seating can now provide curved wood backs with FSC certified products with no urea formaldehyde.

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