Founders reassume Flexitions business

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ONTARIO, CALIF.—The founders of Flexitions, Gary Hernandez, Jr. and Gary Hernandez, Sr. have reassumed the Flexitions business effective immediately. Flexitions will once again operate as its own business entity and will be led and managed by both Hernandez, Jr. and Sr.

“We will expand the innovation and advancements within the Flexitions product line furthering our original mission of creating groundbreaking products that improve the floor covering industry,” the team said in a joint comment. “We look forward to servicing our customers and we are excited about the future.”

Flexitions customers can contact Gary Hernandez, Jr. at 951.710.0772 or via email at,

Gary Hernandez, Sr. can be reached at 951.756.4311 or via email at,

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