DuneCraft Celebrates its 10th Year Anniversary!
CLEVELAND, OH - (Virtual Press Office) - DuneCraft is thrilled to be celebrating its tenth anniversary. The company has grown from one item to over 250. DuneCraft does not simply go to Hong Kong and private label Chinese factories goods, but designs and develops each unique line themselves with custom tooling and packaging. The company has grown from employing just the founder to 46 people. DuneCraft was started in the founder's home, where it operated for the first two years. Now, DuneCraft occupies a 36,000 square foot warehouse and office, and soon to grow to 96,000 square feet!
DuneCraft creates themed terrariums, sprouting kits, and science novelties. In the past ten years, the company has shipped millions of its items domestically and internationally to countries including the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Canada, Sweden, the Netherlands, and more. DuneCraft's creations can be found at Hobby Lobby, JoAnne, Michael's, CVS, Amazon, Fat Brain Toys, Meijer, Shopko, Wegman's, Harris Teeter, TRU, Mindware, Urban Outfitters, Office Depot, Tractor Supply, Menard's, and many more.
What is really unique about DuneCraft, and one of its core values, is the fact that all its items are made in the United States with United States suppliers. In the ten years since DuneCraft has started, the company has never strayed from its core values which have been to make unique and fun products and to do everything possible to be green in every way- not just in the plants that are sold. These values are even more relevant in the marketplace now than ten years ago when DuneCraft was started.
DuneCraft and its products have been the proud recipient of many favorable media reviews. DuneCraft was featured by the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and MSNBC's Your Business. Its products have been reviewed on Regis and Kelley, The Early Show, Good Morning America, Family Fun Magazine, Boy's Life, Scholastic Magazine and many more. DuneCraft is flattered by the recognition it and its products have garnered over the past ten years. For more information on DuneCraft, please visit http://www.dunecraft.com.
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