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Hollywood Bed & Spring Manufacturing Co. is expanding its Commerce facility to accommodate growth fueled by partnerships inked in recent years with national retailers including Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

The bed-frame maker plans to build a new 20,000-square-foot facility west of its existing Corvette Street location, giving it more than 100,000 square feet. The company said the expansion would accommodate adding 30 more workers to its 170-person payroll by the end of next year.

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Hollywood Bed Frame at HD EXPO

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HD Expo, May 3-5, 2017

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Hollywood Bed Frame® Company enters licensing agreement with Simmons®

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Hollywood Bed Frame® Company enters licensing agreement with Simmons®

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HOLLYWOOD BED, GROWING IN THE USA

On March 31, United States Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40th District) visited the Hollywood Bed Frame Company in Commerce, CA. The Congresswoman was interested to learn more about Hollywood Bed, particularly as their growth has resulted in creating a significant number of new manufacturing jobs in her district. Larry Harrow, the company’s CEO, and Jason Harrow, the company’s president, accompanied the Congresswoman on a tour of their factory and discussed the company’s success in growing its U.S. manufacturing. In the past year, Hollywood Bed has more than doubled its workforce at its Commerce plant.

Congresswoman Roybal-Allard said, “I thank Larry and Jason Harrow for taking the time to show me their 90-year-old family business, and for talking with me about ways to bolster American manufacturing. It’s so important that we maintain a strong manufacturing base in California’s 40th Congressional District, and bring American jobs back to the U.S. That’s why I support legislative efforts such as the “Make it in America” plan to foster American manufacturing growth by promoting U.S. exports, encouraging businesses to bring jobs to America, and training America’s workers to meet the demands of the 21st century economy.”

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