Last week, Emser Tile was named to the coveted Best Places to Work in 2019 by Glassdoor.
Geometric patterns overwhelmingly took the spotlight in 2018. From chevron to herringbone to hexagon, our Instagram community ‘loved’ what you created and shared this year, particularly in kitchens and master baths. Through the #EmserTile Design of the Week series, we’ve seen Emser Tile collections breathe life into your favorite installations.
Every year, Emser Tile selects inspiring organizations to contribute to in honor of our valued associates and partners. In addition to monetary donations, we are proud to offer associates time off to volunteer with organizations of their choice. On this Giving Tuesday, we thank the entire Emser family for your support in spreading holiday cheer to underprivileged families, wounded war heroes, cancer survivors, and special needs children, among other groups.
This fall marked a number of milestones, from our 50th anniversary to exciting product recognitions to two state-of-the-art distribution center openings. None of these would be possible without our fantastic partners across the country, and we are honored to share this season’s news with you.
On the heels of our 50th anniversary celebration, we are excited to build on our roots in the central United States with a relocated and expanded 600,000-square-foot Central Distribution Center in Houston,Texas, as well as join the Coral Springs, Florida, community with a new 215,000-square-foot Florida Distribution Center.
As a Training magazine 2018 Training Top 125 winner, we are dedicated to training our associates and our partners in the latest in tile and stone product knowledge, manufacturing processes, and selling strategies. Emser Tile leads the way in customized, multi-tiered learning and development through our award-winning training program, Emser University.
Emser Tile is honored to celebrate 50 years of business with our associates and partners. Our family-like culture has been a hallmark since our beginning in 1968.
Oklahoma State University draws roots back to 1890 and is now home to more than 25,000 students. The university recently opened a $72 million building for its School of Business, referred to as the ‘Crescent Masterpiece.’ Designed as a majestic, round architectural showcase, everything about the facility is state-of-the-art, including its custom tile and natural stone.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, Emser Tile has made a $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross to support local humanitarian services and programs in the Florida Panhandle area.