Randy Ward, future owner of Randy’s Flooring, gets his first job offer: installing carpet and vinyl after school and during the summer.
Randy’s Flooring moves to its current location on the Coralville Strip – long before the street had stoplights. (Press-Citizen 1977, © by Ancestry).
The existing Coralville location was razed and rebuilt.
Randy’s Flooring opens its Iowa City outlet store.
Randy’s Flooring celebrates its 40th anniversary and becomes employee owned.
Randy’s Flooring celebrates the grand opening of its new Cedar Rapids location.
Randy’s Flooring opens its doors in Iowa City with four employees after Randy Ward completed his finals at the University of Iowa. (Press-Citizen 1976, © by Ancestry).
During the recession, Randy’s Flooring hired many employees from two competitors that closed their doors – many still work at Randy’s Flooring today.
Randy’s Flooring builds up its inventory and begins buying direct from manufacturers in large quantities to pass along lower pricing to customers.
Randy’s Flooring opens its first Cedar Rapids location at 5454 Center Point Road NE.
Redevelopment of the former MidAmerican Aerospace warehouse begins at 280 Blairs Ferry Road NE, establishing a new Cedar Rapids location for Randy’s.
Randy’s announces the addition of a new 46,350 square foot, state-of-the-art warehouse in Coralville.