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  • Another Buying Group Supports the Program

    Becoming a major partner of “Well Made Here”, the Sexton Group is the latest buying group to endow its network of more than 300 independent retailers, operating over 400 points of sale across Canada, with the opportunity to promote themselves as destinations of choice for accredited products.

    Founded in 1985 and based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the buying group therefore aligns itself alongside the following networks, already supporting the program: Castle, Home Hardware, Lowe’s, Patrick Morin, Réno-Dépôt, RONA and TORBSA.

    Sexton already has agreements with several of the participating manufacturers and, like that of the other major partners, its management is committed to promoting the “Well Made Here” brand in its communications, to sharing its list of suppliers with program staff, and, to develop informative or promotional activities aimed at its affiliated points of sale, or even their customers.

    “As a proud Canadian company, Sexton Group supports quality domestically made products. A partnership with Well Made Here is very much aligned with our values,” affirms Eric Palmer, Vice President and General Manager.

    Eric Palmer, Vice President & General Manager, Sexton Group

    Eric Palmer, Vice President & General Manager, Sexton Group

    As a result of the Sexton Group’s admittance to the “Well Made Here” program, Mr. Palmer, will hold a seat on the organization’s board of directors.

    Click here to view the composition of the board.

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