Gladiator Garage Works has solutions for the four basic life stages of the typical
family: new homeowner, newlyweds, expanding family and empty nester.
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are five or 15, parents need products
like the ball caddy, Horizontal Bike
Hook and storage benches that can
support and evolve as often as their
kids’ interest and make it easier to save
keepsakes, while also holding sports
gear and even old toys.
Empty Nesters: With Gladiator
products, empty nesters have the power
to not only tackle the piles of clutter left
behind when the kids moved out, but
also store away cherished keepsakes.
With gear like Gladiator’s Rack Shelf
and GearBoxes, the homeowner can
store those precious hand-me-downs
(while making room for golf clubs or
new sports car), and even have the
space and time to finally kick-start a
DIY project that has been on the back-burner for weeks.
Gladiator Garage Works offers both
a Premier pre-assembled line and
RTA line of storage items for do-it-yourselfers. The range of products are
available through local garage dealers,
retailers including Sears and Lowe’s
or via www.gladiatorGW.com. For
dealers, Gladiator says it also offers
vanity URL’s – which means they can
customize landing pages for certain
initiatives or activations that would take
consumers directly to a page featuring
specific garage storage products.
Gladiator is a division of Whirlpool
Corp., which is located in Benton
Harbor, Michigan. According to
information from the company, in
2015 Whirlpool Corp. posted annual
sales of approximately $21 billion, and
had 97,000 employees along with 70
manufacturing and technology research
centers. In addition to Gladiator and its
line of products, the company also markets Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag,
Consul, Brastemp, Amana, Bauknecht,
Jenn-Air, Indesit and other major
brand names in nearly every country
throughout the world.