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About Oreck

Founded by David Oreck in 1963, Oreck Corporation began as a manufacturer of upright vacuum cleaners for the U.S. hotel industry. Today the company produces and sells vacuums, steam mops, floor machines, air purifiers and cleaning products for use in both hotels and homes throughout the U.S., Canada and parts of Europe.

David Oreck had an obvious
 – more... yet radical idea: design a lightweight yet powerful vacuum to relieve the drudgery felt by hotel housekeepers using the much heavier models then available to them. The idea proved so successful that today more than 50,000 hotels throughout the world use commercial-grade Oreck vacuums. Naturally, hotel staff wanted to buy these vastly improved vacuum cleaners for their own use at home. And so, David's original idea evolved: Oreck Corporation began selling its unique products to residential consumers as well.

Oreck has earned its reputation for making the finest vacuums available. That singular, consumer-satisfying goal continues to drive Oreck: to provide easy-to-use, lightweight, and durable vacuums and other cleaning tools — each with exceptional power — for every room in the house. – less

Oreck Employer Reviews

Sales Manager (Former Employee), Avon, CTSeptember 30, 2013
Creative (Current Employee), Nashville, TNMay 2, 2013
Sales/Service (Former Employee), Davenport, IAApril 23, 2013
Assistant Manager/Technician (Former Employee), DOUGLASVILLE GADecember 27, 2012
Laborer (Former Employee), Cookeville, TNSeptember 8, 2012

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