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Care is a Core Value.

A Commitment to American Manufacturing.

From the beginning, Mannington has chosen to source raw materials and manufacture domestically. Even as the option to outsource certain categories of flooring emerged, we stayed true to our core values and built or enhanced domestic factories to manufacture many of our products here at home, in America.


Made in the USA.

Mannington is a fifth generation, family-owned company deeply committed to U.S. manufacturing.

We make carpet and hard surface flooring in six communities across the U.S., allowing us to provide the highest levels of service and quality in the industry, while supporting local economies and crafting quality, American-made products.


How unique is it for a family-owned business to survive into the fifth generation? Only three percent make it past the third generation, so we would say that Mannington is truly one in a million1.

According to the Harvard Business Review, “rather than being obsessed with hitting quarterly earnings targets, as public companies are, family businesses tend to think in terms of generations, which allows them to take actions that put them in better position to endure2…”

1, 2010.

The Robinson Family

A Family Business

Consider the Robinson family. Keith Robinson came to work at Mannington in 1978 in the Shipping Department at the Salem, New Jersey location. Over his 45 years with the company, he has spent much of his time in the Moldings and Trim Department. In 2019, Keith received Mannington’s prestigious John B. Campbell Award, which recognizes associates who exemplify our values.

In 2022, Keith’s grandson Keontrey Robinson-Ceaser was hired, starting off in our Stair Treads Department and now working in our Vinyl Department. Later in 2022, Keontrey’s mother and Keith’s daughter, Talicia Robinson, joined Mannington as well, as a warehouse associate, making three generations of the Robinson family valued members of our company.

A Solid Foundation for Families

Having a home where you feel safe and secure is something everyone deserves. Mannington helps make what is a dream for too many people a reality by donating products to Habitat for Humanity® and the Gary Sinise Foundation’s R.I.S.E (Restoring Independence Supporting Empowerment) program.

Most recently, we donated hardwood flooring for the home of a U.S. Marine who served multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. When Staff Sergeant (Ret.) Stuart DiPaolo was injured in a training exercise, he lost sight in one eye and his left arm and leg were paralyzed. We are grateful for Staff Sergeant DiPaolo’s service and hope that he and his family enjoy their new home for many years to come.

The DiPaolo Family
The Robinson Family

Mercy Medical Angels

Mannington Commercial is an industry leader in high-quality flooring for healthcare environments, helping customers create safer, supportive spaces for healing. With our Bloom commercial sheet collection’s monetary support of Mercy Medical Angels, we’re also making a difference in people’s lives before they arrive at a medical facility – helping them get to the life-saving care they need.

For every square yard purchased from the Bloom Collection, Mannington Commercial donates three percent of the purchase price to Mercy Medical Angels (MMA), a non-profit that provides free long-distance transportation to clinical care for people in need. This includes financially struggling families, veterans, children and seniors across the U.S. In 2022, we’re proud to have contributed to the 40,212 free trips MMA provided.


Drawdown Georgia Business Compact.

With most of our operations located in Georgia, we have signed the Drawdown Georgia Business Compact, pledging to work collectively with other Georgia businesses on growing climate solutions in the state.

All signatories of the Compact commit to a goal of net zero carbon emissions in Georgia by 2050. We aim to reach that goal even sooner.

Sometimes natural areas like wetlands or grasslands adjoining industrial and commercial locations can lack a transitional area between actively used land and water, also called a "riparian buffer." Over many years, improvements have been made on our properties to incorporate natural buffers. In nature, these overgrown areas next to a stream or estuary stop erosion and sediment runoff, provide cover, and offer needed food and shade to fish and animals.

Along with the help from experienced not-for-profit groups and local schools thousands of native shrubs and trees have been planted alongside our facilities. By planting these riparian buffers we established areas of shrub-scrub habitat with long life expectancies.

Our Future

Investing in the Next Generation

Mannington is a firm believer in the power of education, as demonstrated by our scholarship initiatives. Annually, the company awards two Stand on a Better World scholarships to New Jersey graduating seniors to honor their dedication to community service, one to the child or grandchild of a Salem-based Mannington associate and the other to a Salem County student. This program was started by Salem, New Jersey-based Mannington associates in 2006 and is fully funded by their donations.

In 2023, Stand on a Better World Scholarships were awarded to:

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Nathan Rabenold, son of Steve Rabenold, Inlaid Department Manager, whose many years of volunteer work have been focused on causes helping children and animals.

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Samantha Williams, from Bridgeton, NJ, who has replaced worn flags at a veterans cemetery, assembled and delivered holiday care packages for the elderly and prepared lunches at the Salvation Army, among other efforts.

Mannington also awards two scholarships annually to promising high school seniors in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Recipients in 2023 were:

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Shannon Salerni, daughter of Scott Salerni, Vice President and General Counsel, and his wife Jennifer. Shannon is one of only four National Merit Finalists recognized by Mannington, and attends the University of Alabama, with plans to major in international studies.

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Brody Schneider, son of Rob Schneider, SAP Business Applications Manager and his wife Kim. Brody attends Rowan University (NJ) and plans to study mechanical engineering.

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