Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13

  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13
  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13
  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13
  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13
  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13
  • Business North Carolina releases the Grant Thornton report of North Carolina’s Top 100 Private Companies where Renfro Corporation is ranked Number 13

Renfro is proud to once again be on the Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® list. The 2014 list marks the 30th anniversary of the NC100. Originating in 1984, the Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® continues to exemplify key players in the private company community that have demonstrated innovation, talent, agility and business acumen. Renfro is one of only nine companies named on both the inaugural list in 1984 and on the 2014 list.

In 1984, Renfro ranked number 51 on the list and on this year’s list ranks number 13. In 1984, Renfro was one of thirty companies on the NC100 list with revenue predominately in the textiles, hosiery, or furniture industries. This year, Renfro is one of the five remaining private companies in those same industries.

Click the link below to see the Business North Carolina article “The 100 at 30” by David Mildenberg featuring the complete 2014 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® list as it appears in their October 2014 issue.

(Link to Business North Carolina article “The 100 at 30”)