Mannington Celebrates 100th Anniversary

On Monday night, floorcovering company Mannington Mills, Inc. celebrated its 100th anniversary with a black-tie gala at The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. I was pleased to have been present for this momentous occasion, which included attendees from the company as well as related professionals.


The gala took place in the National Constitution Center, designed by Pei Cobb Freed.

Mannington remains a family owned-and-operated company, led by the Campbell family, and that’s significant for a global company that has reached 100 years of operation. In attendance at the gala, members of the Campbell family’s third, fourth, and fifth generations were present. And the children of the fifth generation represent the forthcoming sixth generation.


Attendees gather at the opening reception.

The evening included video presentations about the history of the company, a keynote by Keith Campbell, and other remarks from leaders of partner companies.


The dinner scene as Keith Campbell, chairman of the board, addresses the attendees.



Editor in Chief John Czarnecki, Natalie Jones of Mannington, and Caleb Ludwick.



Bagpipers welcome attendees to dinner.

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