Esteemed watchmaker commemorates 140 years of consistent creativity and innovation
(NEW YORK) – Since 1875, Bulova has been renowned as a force for innovation in timekeeping, known for its dedication to creativity, artistry and craftsmanship. In 2015, to mark 140 years of impressive achievements and a rich history of watchmaking firsts, Bulova will announce a series of exciting developments from both a product and corporate perspective.
As part of the celebration, Bulova will be moving its headquarters into the iconic Empire State Building in the first quarter of 2015. The move brings Bulova back to its roots, as the company was originally located on Maiden Lane in lower Manhattan, then the nucleus of New York City’s jewelry industry. Building on the excitement generated by the impending move, 2015 will bring new collections and technological innovations inspired by some of Bulova’s greatest achievements.
“All of us at Bulova are proud of the being part of a 140-year tradition of quality and innovation,” said Greg Thumm, President of the Bulova Corporation. “From 1875, we have been in continuous business here in New York City; and our new corporate address at the Empire State Building is a testament to relaying our American culture into the design of all our watch brands.”
In 2015, as Bulova Corporation embarks on its 140th anniversary, expect a continuation of its American design of Bulova, Bulova Accu•Swiss, Bulova Accutron II, Caravelle New York, and Wittnauer watch brands.
For more information, visit www.bulova.com.