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Omnia Leather Celebrates 30 Years of Manufacturing in the USA

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Omnia Leather recently announced that it is celebrating 30 years of manufacturing in the USA.

The American dream began with two friends who had a passion for European-styled furniture and a love for fine leather. They emigrated from Italy to California and started a small business manufacturing leather furniture. 30 years later, their vision has evolved into a nationally recognized, second-generation, family business.

The Omnia legacy was built on creating custom, hand-crafted leather using only 100% top grain leathers.

State-of-the-art innovation has been added over the years. To meet the demands of increased sales and to enhance production. Peter Zolferino, President of Omnia notes,” As a manufacturer of fine quality products, we strive for high efficiency and accuracy to provide our customers with quality customization at an incredible value.”

Omnia’s extensive style library with broad configuration options, encompass both stationary and motion upholstery. As a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council, Omnia is committed to reforestation efforts and responsible manufacturing practices. Their Made in America story resonates well with savvy consumers.

We are truly grateful for the solid relationships that we’ve maintained with our dealers and suppliers over the years.  In addition, our skilled and dedicated employees have always been the backbone to support our growing business.” said Peter Zolferino, President.

Celebrate with the Omnia family during the Las Vegas Furniture Market, January 27-31.


More about Omnia Leather: Omnia Leather is a leader in the domestic leather furniture market, proudly designed, manufactured and shipped from the USA. For more information visit www.omnialeather.com.

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