Helping after Superstorm Sandy

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There are no two ways about it: Superstorm Sandy was devastating, and the effects are still being felt.  Months later, people are still cleaning up and desperately trying to rebuild their shattered towns, businesses, and most importantly, lives. Experts are now putting the damage estimate from Sandy at an unprecedented and overwhelming $62 billion.   […]


Start Up to Quick Growth

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Running a successful business like Keats is one thing, but expanding it properly is another. In this video, Matt Keats tells how he was able to open Keats Southwest in El Paso, Texas quickly and efficiently. He tells a great story about how they were able to unplug machines in their Chicago plant on a […]


Keats and the High-End Appliance Renaissance

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At a time when thing are still not back to normal with our economy, retailers are wary of over stocking their shelves and warehouses.  However, there is one group of items that they are actually having trouble keeping in stock. Chain stores like Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Best Buy, and Lowe’s keep bringing in shoppers in […]


Quality Means Everything to Keats

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It should come as no shock that Matt Keats and the entire Keats family believe quality means everything.  In many ways, Keats feels personally responsible for every part that leaves any of its facilities. In this video, Matt makes clear that he and the rest of the company never want to be reason for a […]


Keats and the Home Building Resurgence

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Recent reports show that home building in the U.S. is on the rise. It is big news because it has rarely been the case since the recession began in 2008. In fact, construction spending is up almost 13% from early 2011. In the middle of all this promising news, Keats has been receiving a lot […]


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