138 salaries reported
$35,706 per year
8 salaries reported
$40,591 per year
186 salaries reported
$31,689 per year
Blinds To Go®, a leader in the home fashion industry, is very profitable and is rapidly expanding across North America. The Blinds To Go® story begins in 1954 with a young entrepreneur, David Shiller, who left his job at a local housewares store to set out on his own. David would load up his family’s station wagon and drive hundreds of miles to sell home goods door to door. It was during these long trips that David learned to go the extra mile to make a customer happy. This philosophy of old-fashioned customer service is the foundation of our legendary Blinds To Go® "red carpet" service.
Our attention to customers has made us the leading retailer and manufacturer of window blinds and shades in North America. Blinds To Go® superstores offer consumers the largest selection of custom-made blinds and shades at low, factory-direct prices. Every superstore is staffed with an expertly trained team that works closely with customers to find creative solutions for their window decorating needs. Our employees ensure every customer is 100% satisfied and their custom-made window treatments are available for pick-up within 48 hours.
Blinds To Go® brand blinds and shades are of the highest quality and are currently manufactured in the company’s 100,000 square foot plants in Lakewood, New Jersey, and Montreal, Quebec. The company currently operates over 80 superstores throughout the eastern United States, and Canada under the Blinds To Go® brand name (except in Quebec where it operates under the Le Marché du Store™ brand name).
Over the next four years, the company plans to continue growing in size by increasing sales in existing stores and continuing to expand throughout the United States and Canada. We’ve began renovating our existing stores to a new modern design concept, plus revamped our existing product lines across the board . The company has also introduced a much anticipated in-home service. The in-home service will bring a designer into your home to help decide on window treatments. By the end of 2016, the in-home service will be servicing New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, and Montreal. – less