When Did Williams-Sonoma Stop Making "Hold Everything" Catalogs?


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Williams-Sonoma stopped making "Hold Everything" catalogs in January 2006. Williams-Sonoma closed the remaining store locations and catalog due to poor sales that accounted for a small percentage of William-Sonoma's revenue. The company moved the products to their other stores, which included Pottery Barn and West Elm.

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Hold Everything, a brand introduced by William-Sonoma, began as a catalog in 1983. Its specialty was home organization and storage solutions. By 1991, there were 24 locations in California, and by the end of 1993, the number had increased to 38 locations across United States. Kent Larson was, at that time, the president of William-Sonoma.

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