Charleston, S.C. – The Joggle Factory, a locally owned and operated company creating timeless, sustainable joggling boards, was recently featured in Casual Living, published by the largest b-to-b company in the U.S. dedicated to buyers of home products. The Joggle Factory’s children’s board is included in the July issue as one of this summer’s top ‘kid-friendly’ outdoor living products. Owners Chris and Kristi Outland’s toddler, Wiley, gleefully sways away on the four-foot board, priced at $150. To see the feature, click here.
As part of Progressive Business Media, Casual Living, along with sister publications Furniture/Today, Home Accents Today, Gifts and Decorative Accessories, caters to the casual and outdoor entertaining segments, which remains one of the fastest growing home furnishings categories among retailers and designers. Yearly revenue for outdoor furniture exceeded $4 billion in 2014 and is forecast to rise 3.7 percent annually to $9.1 billion in 2019.
As The Joggle Factory has experienced growing interest in their products from across the country, a re-made website has recently launched with a new look, feel and function. The redesigned site provides an enhanced shopper experience and a more comprehensive take on the history of joggling boards, as well as the company’s heavy focus on eco-friendly practices to create sustainable products.
Founded in March of 2010, The Joggle Factory is a family owned and operated business that designs and builds authentic and classically styled joggling boards to create a timeless and traditional look for a patio, garden, porch, or any number or living areas. Each joggling board is custom built using sustainable, locally harvested lumber that travels less than fifty miles to the place where it’s then handcrafted. All lumber is harvested from the same Lowcountry soil of the first joggling boards, which originated in the 1800s. Today, The Joggle Factory’s boards can be found in South Carolina at the Summerville Visitor Center, the Charleston Visitor Center, the Renaissance Hotel in Charleston S.C., the Scout Southern Market in Beaufort, S.C., and Kiawah Beach Club, among many other notable establishments. Nationally, their boards reside at the Peter & Paul Hotel in New Orleans, La., The Siren Hotel in Detroit, Mich., and the Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds, Lake Oconee, Ga., among others. For more information, visit www.thejogglefactory.com or call 843-200-2073.