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MAD Holdings acquires Home Sew to expand brand reach
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Jul '14
"MAD Holding's acquisition of Home Sew was driven by its 50+ years of serving sewing and crafting enthusiasts throughout the United States and the opportunity to build on that success", stated Mark Dammeyer, president of MAD Holdings. Home Sew's experienced staff provides full service along with a wide array of fabrics, trims, notions, books, patterns, and doll supplies to the sewing and crafting community from its headquarters in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
 
"We are thrilled that MAD Holdings and their experienced team have committed to Home Sew", stated Ed Perusse, who along with his wife, Lucy, have personally run Home Sew for more than 35 years. "The Dammeyer family, with their deep experience in textiles and distribution, will bring another dimension to what our family has built over the last 53 years."
 
In addition to offering craft enthusiasts a broad array of high quality supplies and tools at reasonable prices, Home Sew will continue to provide prompt, friendly service with its team of crafting professionals, many of whom have done so for decades. Home Sew is well-regarded in the industry for its deep knowledge along with its deep selection of hard-to-find laces, trims and ribbons and exclusive assortments available to members of the Home Sew Sample Club.
 
About MAD Holdings Inc. 
MAD Holdings provides capital investment and management advisory development to small-to-medium sized businesses with a passion to grow.
 
About Home-Sew Holdings LLC 
Home Sew is a leading catalog and online retailer of sewing and craft supplies. Home Sew provides crafting enthusiasts with a wide array of quality products at reasonable prices from its headquarters in the heart of Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
 

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