February 26, 2001,
Brumlow explained that he "won't say that we'll never import," but at this time his company is better off producing domestically.
"We aren't actively pursuing it. When you are importing from Asia, that's a lot of ocean you have to cross," he said. "The advantages to producing domestically are that you can provide your customers, the retailers, with good service, inventory and ability to keep them in stock."
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