Principles of L.R. Industries are three Oklahoma City area investors: Richard H. Nance, who will serve as chairman of the board for R.L. Industries; Phil Daugherty, executive vice-president of Investment Mortgage Corp. who will be president, and Charles Boyd of Boyd Chevrolet, who will be a director.
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Brand: Lillian Russell / S.U.A.
Despre: "The Lillian Russell dress firm, headquartered in Wewoka, has been purchased by L.R. Industries, Inc., a newly organized corporation.
Other directors include Mary Ann Nance, Susan Daugherty, Barbara Boyd and Freda Hawkins, who also will serve as vice president of R.L. Industries, Inc. The sale was negotiated by Troy Wilson and Gary Mercer of Business Unlimited, a brokerage firm. Wilson and Mercer are partners in Business Unlimited with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Their firm's listings range from manfacturing, distribution and retail companies to an increasing number of oil-field related firms.
Mercer, a consultant and retailer, is an Oklahoma native. Wilson, founder of Business Unlimited four years ago, formerly was with Xerox Corp. for 15 years, managing the statewide operation in Oklahoma for the past eight years.
The law firm of Stout and Williams of Yukon represented the purchasers of the firm. Purchase price for the company, its assets and inventory, was not disclosed. The Lillian Russell name will continue on the dress label.
Jack and Lillian Russell, who founded the dress firm more than 30 years ago, will continue to serve as consultants for the company which occupies more than 60,000 square feet of plant space in Wewoka and Konawa. As the state's only major dress manfacturing firm, the company employs more than 300 people and represents more than $6 million in sales annually. The Russell's sons, Van and Jerry, will remain with the firm.
Russell, who lives in Oklahoma City with her husband, has always considered herself more of a fashion coordinator than a designer. She has designed fashions ever since the company started with simple housedresses that retailed for $5.95 and were $2.95 wholesale." (Sursa: newsok.com)