When Nevers Industries founder Jerry Evenstad got off the plane from Vietnam in the early 1970s, he said, “I’m either going to be a millionaire or a hippie.” When he started making fireplace mantles in 1971, then incorporated his business in 1976 when he branched out into office furniture, it was clear he wasn’t going the route of the hippie.
Today, Nevers furniture can be seen everywhere from the likes of local banks to the White House, the Pentagon, ABC News and Medica. Nevers furniture is proudly made in Plymouth by talented craftsmen in a factory where humans outnumber machinery. The top pick from Nevers’ new catalogue is a beautiful conference table listed at $14,492. nevers.com