Visitors were taken on guided tours and given a complimentary booklet, ‘My trip thru the Lloyd plant’, a touch that was as innovative and inventive in the early 1930s as the furniture it was endorsing.
We offer a number of services to help the public re-use their unwanted and unloved furniture.
Our services range from collecting a single sofa to a whole house clearance.
He stayed at Menominee for four months, during which time he worked on the factory floor, in each section of the plant, in order to obtain a thorough knowledge of the system.
Full patent rights and the basic machinery were purchased in 1921 and Lusty’s were in production by the following year.
In 1922 a new type of furniture appeared in Britain with the legend ‘NEITHER CANE NOR WICKER – SUPERIOR TO EITHER’!