With much anticipation, the new company name and logo was revealed at the employee gathering held at Lake Farm Park on July 20th. Paul Christensen explained how and why they came up with 1901 as the new name.
Our company was founded in 1901, and we’re proud of our heritage and the dedicated people who came before us.
WHY DID WE CHANGE OUR NAME?
For years, there has been confusion between us and another H&H in the area and many other H&H’s around the state and Midwest. Our new name showcases our individual spirit to the marketplace.
Kramer Madison, a full-service creative, design, print, and fulfillment company, was contracted to assist with the re-branding process. This includes a new name, logo, website, signage, wearable, etc. We still have the same leadership and ownership.