The Company Store Finds the Next Great American Artists

Kids’ Comforter Designs to Benefit Homeless Children Across the U.S.

The Company Store is celebrating their 100th anniversary, announced the three winners of their highly successful Kids’ Design Contest. A part of their Buy One, Give One Comforter Donation Program, the Design Contest was aimed at inspiring creativity among America’s youth. Voted on by Facebook fans, The Company Store will transform each of the three winning pieces of original artwork into colorful comforters that will be donated to homeless children across the U.S.

“What began as a creative concept to engage our loyal consumers has blossomed into a heartwarming program,” said Dennis Warner, Chief Marketing Officer of The Company Store. “The program has far exceeded our expectations, and we couldn’t be more elated with the inspiring artwork from the talented pool of young artists.”

The Company Store will create and donate 1,000 comforters in each winning design adding to the tens of thousands of comforters donated through their Buy One, Give One Comforter Donation Program to homeless children in shelters throughout the country.

For more information on this worthy undertaking, please contact either Lance Buckley or Tricia Summers via phone at (212) 243-1431, or via e-mail: or

About The Company Store
The Company Store, known for its comfort, design and value since 1911, offers top quality, down comforters and pillows, sheets, towels, and home accessories. The best-selling, American-made LaCrosse Comforter offers unique craftsmanship ensuring the ultimate in sleeping comfort, a lifetime guarantee and is available in a full palette of fashion colors. Other top collections include wrinkle-free bedding, fashion quilts, and a bamboo collection that features sheets, towels, blankets and loungewear. The Company Store offers extensive monogramming, and other custom services in their LaCrosse, Wisconsin factory. The Company Store sells its merchandise through catalogs and the internet at


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