Sound-Craft Systems is a small family owned company that dates back to 1947. It was started by a WWII veteran in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania after he returned from the war and moved to Morrilton, Arkansas in 1959. For over seventy-three years Sound-Craft has been designing, handcrafting, and selling some of the highest quality and most beautiful lecterns, podiums, workstations, carts, enclosures, and tables that exist today.
In 2015, Ed Love and his family of Dallas, Texas purchased Sound-Craft Systems. Today, Sound-Craft is family owned by the Loves with nearly 75% of the shares owned by women.
A Short History of Sound-Craft Systems by the founder’s son, Hank
Before Hank’s recent death, he shared with me his history of Sound-Craft Systems. I believe that he originally wrote it for the Mountain-aire, a publication that is distributed to the residents of Petit Jean Mountain in Arkansas.
Made In Morrilton Podcast Episode 3 – Sound-Craft Systems
The local radio station in Morrilton, Arkansas, KVOM, recently interviewed Sound-Craft Systems’ President, Ed Love, for their Made in Morrilton podcast series. It provides a lot of colorful information about Sound-Craft Systems, and its unique story.