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vacuums revolutionized the vacuum cleaner industry in 1963. Since
then, Oreck customers have been buying these well-built machines as a
staple for their home and business cleaning needs. We understand that
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Oreck Company History and Information
David Oreck, founder of Oreck Co., designed the first Oreck vacuum in 1963 for hotels. This design was 8 pounds compared to other brands 25 pounds, relieving housekeeper strain from carting around the heavy machinery. With this lightweight model, over 50,000 hotels replaced their vacuums with Oreck vacuums. When the hotel employees began requesting their own Oreck vacuums, other residential consumers saw the advantage of this design as well, and Oreck opened doors for many consumers to better clean multi-level homes with durable, easy to use machines. By selling the lightweight and streamlined design to household consumers, and by being one of the first CEOs to star in his own commercials, David Oreck and his vacuums became a household name.
The family-owned Oreck Corp. has a long history of taking care of its people: consumers and employees alike. In the wake of hurricane Katrina in 2005, The Oreck Corp. matched sales of any Oreck vacuum by donating one to victims of the hurricane, and also provided portable housing for its employees until their homes could be rebuilt. After feeling the impact of the hurricane on sales, production and employee morale, Oreck moved its headquarters from New Orleans to Nashville, Tennessee. Oreck also moved its plant (which assembled Oreck vacuums from Oreck vacuum cleaner parts made in China) from Long Beach, Mississippi to Tennessee.
The Oreck Corp. has always been known as a family company, and today the company is jointly owned by David Orecks three children and private investment company, with Tom Oreck acting as CEO since 1998.
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