Validating history

IDEAL INDUSTRIES acquired Western Forge, a respected manufacturer of premier consumer hand tools, based in Colorado Springs.

The IDEAL Networks Signal TEK® II Qualifier was named one of the Top Thirty Technology Innovations of 2012 by Security Sales & Integration magazine, further validating IDEAL’s efforts to provide innovative solutions for tradesmen in every industry it touches.Knowing IDEAL’s reputation for quality and durability in the world’s harshest environments, Commander Richard Byrd, an American aviator and arctic explorer, requested IDEAL INDUSTRIES fuse pullers for his expedition to the South Pole. This event ensured that IDEAL would continue to carry on after J.Walter Becker concluded his ownership and management of IDEAL.Further solidifying its position as a trusted leader in OEM applications across multiple industries, IDEAL acquired Anderson Power Products, a 120-year-old industry leader in high-power interconnect products.In an effort to better serve family businesses and the community, IDEAL established the Loyola Family Business Stewardship Institute at Loyola University in Chicago to educate and support businesses looking to embrace long-term systems of family management.primarily to acquire the most noted and recognized name in the business at that time – Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon.Even though Four Roses was the top selling Bourbon in the U. in the 30s, 40s and 50s, Seagram made the decision to discontinue the sale of Kentucky Straight Bourbon here, and Four Roses was moved to the rapidly growing European and Asian markets where it quickly became the top selling Bourbon and remains a top-selling Bourbon in both Europe and Japan today.The new acquisition was named the Four Roses Distillery, LLC.Shortly thereafter, Four Roses was once again sold in the United States and quickly earned the reputation of being one of the most notable names in the Bourbon world.In 1884, Paul Jones Jr, moved his thriving business to Louisville, Kentucky, where he opened an office in a section of historic Main Street called, Whiskey Row.Four years later, he trademarked the name Four Roses, claiming production and sales back to the 1860s.

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