Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
Lamps.com has been recognized as Philadelphia 100’s 4th fastest growing, privately held company in the Greater Philadelphia region. With 1291% growth between 2011 and 2013, Lamps.com attributes its success to four things: a great domain, pride in site design, a devoted and knowledgeable team, and a real dedication to customer experience. They offer an extensive collection of over 100,000 light fixtures, and earlier this year launched a collection of furniture and home décor. Lamps.com focuses heavily on customer service to ensure their customers are thoroughly satisfied with their shopping experience.
The company’s growing prowess has become apparent, particularly in the Philadelphia region. Lamps.com has spread its light to many establishments around the city, including the popular restaurants of Vetri Family and the Garces Group. They also recently partnered with Philadelphia Magazine on the 2014 Design Home featuring over 60 indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures that will illuminate the buyer’s home.
Lamps.com founder, Chris DiMarco, is thrilled to celebrate the company’s growth and has high expectations for the future. “When you have such a dynamic group of people working to improve and grow each day, it carries through to all aspects of a business. Combine that with a great domain, a passion for design, and a commitment to providing the best customer experience, and you have the necessary ingredients for success.”
Lamps.com is a Philadelphia based company, founded three years ago by native entrepreneur, Chris DiMarco. Based in the historic Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lamps.com prides itself on providing not only high quality lighting, furniture, and home décor, but also core values that center around community and culture.
The company is also committed to giving thanks, not only to national charities like charity:water, but also focusing on those locally including the Vetri Foundation for Children, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, The Hero Scholarship Fund and The Philadelphia Fire Department Widows’ Fund.