Sugar Hill, Ga.—MTI Baths celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, a milestone that highlights the transformation of a small family business into one of today’s leading bath manufacturers. It all started with one man’s dream to create a better bathtub and today the company celebrates their founder who’s spirit of risk-taking was inspirational and integral to MTI’s culture. From its humble beginnings to its current position as a leading bath manufacturer, MTI Baths has had an unerring focus on excellence that has influenced everything they do – from design innovation to craftsmanship to customer service.
MTI offers an extensive product line with hundreds of tubs in every shape and style as well as shower bases, sinks, counter-sinks, vanity sinks and genuine teak accessories. The company has earned well over 100 awards for new products, design excellence and product innovations, in addition to being featured countless times on popular TV programs like HGTV, Property Brothers and DiY.
“We are fortunate to have a dedicated staff who make it possible for MTI to provide our clients with excellent craftsmanship and service,” said CEO Kathy Adams. The company has been recognized as a Top Workplace by the Atlanta Constitution-Journal for creating a work environment that encourages employee feedback and fosters growth by taking ideas from every department, not just upper management.
As they embark on this milestone anniversary, the brand continues its dedication to “the 3 R’s of MTI” – respect, responsibility and resourcefulness and a corporate culture that rewards creativity, flexibility and passion. Company CEO Kathy Adams explains the company strategy this way “We don’t want to be just best in the world at one thing – we want to try to be best in the world at every single thing we do. When you make that your goal, continual improvement happens.”
“We thank our customers, showrooms and dealers, vendors, partners and especially our nearly 115 employee owners for 30 amazing years!” says Russell Adams, President and Chief Design Officer.
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