Coronavirus Statement Update From Gordon Brush CEO

Due to the work Gordon Brush does to support a number of US Government agencies and our military, plus the janitorial brushes we produce that are used to maintain, clean and sanitize business operations throughout the United States, Gordon Brush has been deemed to be an “essential” business and will remain in full operation at this time. Please continue to check our website for further news as this situation might rapidly change.
–Kenneth L. Rakusin, President and CEO

Gordon Brush: Coronavirus Customer Statement

Gordon Brush is proud of making our products in the United States and has always maintained an extensive inventory of both finished goods and raw materials. As of this writing, we are not experiencing any supply, manufacturing or labor constraints that are affecting production of your products or shipment of your orders. Gordon Brush is operating normally and at full capacity.
Be assured that Gordon Brush is concerned about its employees and is taking every precaution to safeguard its employees during this time from a possible outbreak and spread of infection. We have placed restrictions on employee travel in an effort to combat potential exposure and spread for customers and employees.

ISSA Diamond Award for Milwaukee Dustless Brush

Milwaukee Dustless Brush/Gordon Brush received ISSA’s Diamond Anniversary Award at the 2019 ISSA Convention held at the Las Vegas, Nevada convention center on November 19-21, 2019. The award was presented to Ken Rakusin, President and CEO of Gordon Brush by John Garfinkel, former Executive Director of ISSA. “Ken, on behalf the entire ISSA Association, we would like to thank you for your continuous support for the past sixty years,” said John Garfinkel.

Gordon Brush Celebrates American Manufacturing

In 2016, Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc., hosted Congresswoman Grace Napolitano and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer at their 183,000 square foot manufacturing complex in the City of Industry, CA. “Gordon Brush® was honored to have Congresswoman Napolitano and Majority Leader Hoyer tour our facility,” noted Gordon Brush’s President and CEO, Ken Rakusin. “We are thrilled that they share our commitment to United States manufacturing and organizations promoting American manufacturing and American-made goods.”

41st Annual West Coast BMA Approaches

Ken Rakusin from Gordon Brush has taken over management of this year’s West Coast Brush Manufacturer’s Association in Santa Fe from October 6-9 after Greg Tripp, VP of Industrial Brush passed away on July 2. The event is rapidly approaching and interested attendees are encouraged to act quickly to reserve a spot. Reservations are due by August 30, 2019.