How the company has survived, and thrived, through two World Wars, The Great Depression, 16 recessions and three devastating fires
How unique is it for a family-owned company to survive into the fifth generation? Only 3% make it past the third generation, so we’d say Mannington is truly one in a million.
But Mannington Mills has not only survived for 100-plus years – it has grown, and evolved, and thrived.
The company was founded, and is still headquartered, in Salem, New Jersey. In 1915, John Boston Campbell wanted to start a business with his sons Neil and Kenneth so he could keep his family close by. Now, generations later, the company is led by Chairman of the Board Keith Campbell (John Boston Campbell’s great-grandson) with several family members also involved in the business. Mannington associates, over 3,500 of them across the globe, comprise the larger Mannington family, all of whom still operate under the same mission that was set forth generations ago: To Be the Best People To Do Business with in The Flooring Industry.
Commitment to that mission has seen the company through good times and bad, and is a beacon that points toward the future.
We invite you to learn more about Mannington and its family of brands that provide a beautiful and durable stage for life at home and at work.