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House-Hasson Buys Long-Lewis Hardware

House-Hasson Buys Long-Lewis Hardware

Regional hardware distributor House-Hasson bought Long-Lewis Hardware Company, finalizing the deal today.

House-Hasson, which is based in Knoxville, Tennessee, will gain about $30 million in annual sales due to the purchase, boosting the distributor’s annual revenues above $200 million, according to the company.

Long-Lewis will contribute about 500 dealers to House-Hasson’s existing customer base of 2,000 dealers.

“Long-Lewis has a long and distinguished history of serving its hardware and lumberyard dealers,” House-Hasson president Don Hasson says. “This is a transaction that improves House-Hasson, and it enables Long-Lewis’s dealers and their customers to benefit from our technology and systems.”

Long-Lewis is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, and is one of the state’s largest Ford dealerships, as well as a hardware supplier. The company sold the hardware side of its business, which serves hardware stores and lumberyards, to House-Hasson.

The supplier will contribute about 18,000 inventory line items to the House-Hasson system’s warehouse.

“House-Hasson is a tremendously respected name in this industry. It’s a family-owned company, and we’re a family-owned company,” Vaughn Burrell, owner of Long-Lewis, says. “House-Hasson has remarkable history, talent and systems that make sure dealers have what they need to be successful. Everyone benefits.”

House-Hasson Hardware started in 1906 and is a member of the Distribution America buying group. The company serves dealers in 17 states and the Caribbean basin.

For more information about the company, visit househasson.com.

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Kate Klein
Kate is an assistant editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. She reports on news and industry events. She graduated from Cedarville University in her home state of Ohio, where she earned a bachelor's degree in English and minored in creative writing. She loves being an aunt, teaching writing to kids, running, reading long books, farm living and, as Walt Whitman says, traveling the open road, “healthy, free, the world before me.”