Acme Brick Products Earn Good Housekeeping Seal for 12th Consecutive Year

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

For the 12th consecutive year, Acme Brick Company’s residential brick products carry the famous Good Housekeeping Seal. The Good Housekeeping Seal was introduced in 1909 and has earned the trust of generations of American consumers. If a product bearing the Seal proves to be defective within two years of the purchase, Good Housekeeping will replace the product or refund the purchase price up to a maximum of $2,000.

“We are pleased that our clay products have once again met the high standards of the Good Housekeeping Institute and that we have earned this prestigious seal. It is one more thing that distinguishes Acme Brick products in the minds of both our customers and their consumers. We are proud to be in the company of American institutions such as Procter and Gamble, Panasonic, and Lennox,“ said Dennis Knautz, president and CEO of Acme Brick Company.

Knautz also noted that, “The Good Housekeeping Seal is one more selling advantage that we can offer our builder customers as they strive to market quality home exteriors to their consumers.” Britt Stokes, Acme’s director of marketing, added that, “We know of no other brick company that has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal.”

Acme Brick also is backed by the company’s own 100 Year Limited Homebuyers’ Guarantee. The Good Housekeeping Seal is featured in many aspects of the company’s marketing program including: point-of-sale and print advertising.

Editor's note: An earlier version of this article contained an incorrect image. 

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