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Jarden, a household goods company with products including Ball mason jars, is spending $1. 35 billion to acquire disposable dinnerware maker Waddington Group, with the deal representing the largest divestment ever by Stamford-based private equity... Jarden ( NYSE : JAH) lists its headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla. , but the company has an executive office in Norwalk and its CEO Jim Lillie lives in Wilton. Jarden has a large array of household and outdoor products in its portfolio, including Diamond plastic cutlery, Yankee Candle and Marmot camping gear. Waddington has been owned since 2012 by Olympus Partners, which spent more than $350 million for the company, then added to it through the subsequent $200 million acquisition of PolarPak , based in Mississauga, Ontario. and a $62 million deal for Eco Products of Colorado. Waddington represents Jarden’s largest deal since its $1. 75 billion purchase of Yankee Candle in 2013. In a Monday conference call, Lillie said that the acquisition opens up possibilities for new distribution channels into professional food... “There’s no reason why we couldn’t source Ball jars into that channel,” Lillie said, with the company holding a strategic planning meeting in Connecticut with 150 senior managers. “We’ve spent money over the last couple of years trying to develop a green line under the Diamond brand. And quite honestly, we’ve struggled with that a little bit, and so we see it as being quite additive. Waddington is based in Covington, Ky. , and has 17 manufacturing plants with a workforce totaling 2,900 people. The company traces its roots to Comet Products, created in 1974 in Chelmsford, Mass. , which remains Waddington’s lone major facility in New England. Waddington’s sturdy dinnerware and cutlery are used by restaurants and caterers that need a refined look for the fare they serve. Among other features, the company has offered monogramming for plastic cutlery that mimics the look of silver for weddings and other special events. “They used those plates at Oscar parties that year,” said Rob Morris , managing partner at Olympus. “It’s obviously not china … but they’re meant to look like real (dinnerware). Morris said it is the largest sale in Olympus history, with the firm founded in 1988 and currently making investments from a $2. 5 billion fund it raised in 2013. In June, Olympus sold off an operator. Source: www.stamfordadvocate.com
CASEY – The writing is on the wall if you want your town to get on the write side of tourists and their dollars. The bustling Clark County burg of Casey has seen the message writ large: all 32 feet and 500 pounds of it, to be exact. It takes the form of a slim and elegant yellow pencil, complete with monstrous pink eraser on one end and sloping down gracefully to a real graphite point, capable of impaling an elephant or writing Paul Bunyan's shopping list. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but this pencil could beat your typical war cutlery into a sissy plowshare any day of the week. The pencil rests on a suitably sturdy stand in downtown Casey and is the latest in a series of giant curiosities called “Big Things in a Small Town. The principal mastermind underwriting their creation, Jim Bolin, says the way to attract visitors and commerce to wee towns is to rewrite the landscape of roadside curiosities that once hallmarked the great American road trip. And he's been a busy boy. Backed by talented craftsmen at his family-run BEI Pipeline & Tank Maintenance firm, in the past few years he has already gifted Casey with the world's largest wind chime at 55 feet tall and 8. 5 tons. The town also boasts the world's largest golf tee at 30 feet tall, 3. 5 tons and the world's largest pair of knitting needles at more than 13 feet long, and the world's largest crochet hook at more than 6 feet long. Signs advertising these glories are dotted along Interstate 70, and their siren song for driver eyes jaded by the passing blur of interstate monotony can prove irresistible. Which is precisely how the Bray family: dad Andy, mom Juliana and 7-year-old twins Bailey and James, along with big brother AJ, 9, and sister Callie, 4, came to pull off the road and find Casey. They'd been returning to their Greenbrier, Ark. , home from a family vacation in Canada when the roadside signs touting Casey's giant charms caught their collective eye. The Brays had teed off their Casey stopover with the giant golf tee and were now gazing in wonder at Godzilla's pencil. “Yeah, we had seen the sign for the world's largest golf tee, and we saw the sign for the world's largest wind chimes, and my husband said, 'Come on, let's stop. ' And now look at this,” said Juliana Bray, 44, looking suitably impressed in the shadow of the portentous pencil. “It's real interesting to see. And here lies the Bolin. Source: herald-review.com
SKANEATELES | Come rain or shine, this upcoming weekend in Skaneateles will be another busy one. The annual Curbstone Festival has been a seasonal staple in the community for decades. There will be over 30 businesses participating in this year's villagewide sidewalk sale, including plenty of first-timers: Nest 58, Arabella and Finger Lakes on Tap, to name a few. Of the familiar local shops, Imagine will be having sales on jewelry and various pieces of art. Rhubarb will be knocking 50 percent off cooking supplies and kitchen necessities. Gallery 54 will be offering discounts on painting, sculptures and more. Veterans Sandra Schmidt and Suzanne Pittard, owners of Fleur-de-lis Florist and White Sleigh, said they are looking forward to the event. The two business owners have their routines, and they utilize Curbstone as an opportunity to turn over their stock. "We have lots of goodies," said Schmidt, looking over at the pile of items the staff was sorting though. "As you can see, we have a lot of baskets. The florist said items in the store will be 20 percent off, and the pottery, baskets and other home accessories outside will be marked down between 60 and 80 percent. "We'll be offering collectibles and ornaments for around 50 percent off, and some prices will be as low as 25 cents," Pittard said. However, the business owners are not simply giving away items. For visitors who have come into their businesses, it's evident that both offer hard-to-find and unique items. Because an item can be found as a bargain, it does not mean that the item is to be viewed as "cheap. "I want customers to find something meaningful," Pittard said. While walking through the store, she pointed out various items, including handmade Skaneateles-themed ornaments. Demonstrations will be adding more dazzle and flavor to Curbstone as well when Imagine presents jewelry-making techniques. Rhubarb and Wustof Cutlery Executive Chef Mike Garaghty are teaming up for a cooking demonstration. , which is located at 37 Fennell St. , will be offering more food samples, with a Big Green Egg demonstration. Entertainment will be offered, as well, with magic, juggling and balloon art by The Jackman Twins from noon to 4 p. m. Thursday, noon to 3 p. m. Friday and 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturday, and a performance by Gazella Dance Studio at 4 p. m. Friday. Live music includes Tom Barnes from 4 to 6 p. m. Thursday, the. Source: auburnpub.com
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Jarden has a large array of household and outdoor products in its portfolio, including Diamond plastic cutlery, Yankee Candle and Marmot camping gear. Waddington has been owned since 2012 by Olympus Partners, which spent more than $350 million for the
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