Portland Store Fixtures: Our job is making your job easier.
- Portland Store Fixtures is 44,000 sq ft of store fixture adventure located in SE Portland, near OMSI.
- They buy, sell, and rent new, used, and custom retail store fixtures (showcases, cash counters, hangers, etc).
- Dedicated to reducing small retailer's impact on the environment, they offer advice and support, as well as practically everything needed to run a retail establishment.
Keeping it Green:
- Most store fixtures end up in the landfill; Portland Store Fixtures, together with their division, NW Retail Recyclers, are changing store fixture disposal practices.
- Reuse is preferable but when it's not possible, used fixtures are broken down into parts and recycled.
- Small retailers can reduce their own carbon footprint by purchasing guaranteed used store fixtures.
Just the Facts:
- Founded: 1998
- Organization: Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
- Address: 110 SE Main St. Portland, OR 97214
- Phone: 503.232.4878
- Hours: 9-5 M-F, evenings & weekends by appointment
- Website: www.portlandstorefixtures.com
Kat Schon is co-owner of Portland Store Fixtures with her partner, Penney Stephenson. She takes creative recycling and reuse seriously, and as a self-confessed "People Junkie", she loves to share what she knows about running a business. Her philosophy is based on making work fun for everyone. When she's not working, you can find her kayaking, reading, playing golf, or wandering through Oregon in her Casita.
Penney Stephenson is co-owner of Portland Store Fixtures with her partner, Kat Schon. An experienced cabinet-maker, she is as adept at looking outside the box as she is in building the box. Penney's passion is keeping fixtures out of the landfill and helping retailers set up a regular fixture recycling plan. When she's not working, you can find her golfing, walking her dog, kayaking, or wandering through Oregon in her Casita.Associations:
- Central Eastside Industrial Council
- Metropolitan Business Association
- Sustainable Business Association
- Women's Business Enterprise
- Key Bank: Key 4 Women National Leadership Council
- City of Portland BlueWorks award 2007-2009
- City of Portland Recycle at Work Certificate 2009-2010
- Key 4 Women Achieve Award 2009
- Portland Business Journal's 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in Portland 2010
- Community Benefit Opportunity (CBO) grant - $32,000 to add greenspace to the property, including trees, permeable pavers, and runoff areas.
- Portland Development Commission (PDC) Storefront Improvement grant - $20,000 to paint building, replace front railing and windows, concrete work.
- Regional Arts & Culture Council's Public Arts Mural Program - $5,000 for commission and upkeep of a mural on our building.
- Sustainable Business Oregon
- The Oregonian - Renee Mitchell
- Portland General Electric (PGE)
- Oregon Home – Sheila De La Rosa
- Just Out Magazine – Ryan J. Prado