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HOMER LAUGHLIN INTRODUCES NEW FIESTA® FOR SERVING AND ENTERTAINING

Ceramic Handled Serveware, Napkin Holder to Debut at New York Tabletop Show®

Newell, W.Va. - (January 2012) - The Homer Laughlin China Company™ is once again expanding its iconic Fiesta® Dinnerware Brand, made in the USA. The manufacturer is unveiling new pieces – Ceramic Handled Serveware and a Napkin Holder.

“We believe those who already know and love Fiesta for its dinnerware and serveware are going to be really excited about these new items, which are perfect for preparing, presenting and entertaining,” said Richard Brinkman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Homer Laughlin China Company.

Ceramic Handled Serveware

Fiesta Ceramic Handled Serveware, made in America with imported forged stainless steel implements, available in assorted colors and dishwasher safe. Serveware pieces include a Ceramic Handled Cake Knife (12 ½”), Ceramic Handled Cake Server (10 ½”), Ceramic Handled Ladle (12”), Ceramic Handled Serving Spoon (11 ½”), and Ceramic Handled Slotted Fork (11 ½”). Each piece of Ceramic Handled Serveware retails for $22.99, except for the Ceramic Handled Ladle, which is $25.99. The Ceramic Handled Serveware will be sold at major, specialty and online retailers.

Napkin Holder
Add an extra special touch to your next dinner party or casual get together by placing napkins out for your guests in a colorful Fiesta display!  An 8 1/4 inch and 1 inch deep square Utility Tray and/or Napkin Holder will be available at specialty retail locations on February 2, 2012 and online at homerlaughlin.com.  The MAP is $17.99 and MSRP is $26.00.

About Fiesta® Dinnerware, Made In The USA
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead in 1936, Fiesta Dinnerware is now the most collected china in the United States and among the most collected china in the world. It has been featured on many popular TV programs, including ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover and the Today Show. The product was discontinued in 1973 and reissued in 1986 with new contemporary colors to mark its 50th anniversary. Its unique Art Deco style has landed Fiesta Dinnerware in the collections of numerous museums from the Smithsonian Institution to the Andy Warhol Museum. For more information, visit: homerlaughlin.com.

Contact:

Danielle Elderkin
Cover Story Communications, Inc.
800.928.6613, x1
danielle@coverstorycom.com
elderkinda@yahoo.com

Samantha Wannemacher
800-928-6613, ext. 4    
Cover Story Communications, Inc.
samantha@coverstorycom.com

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