What’s Happening at Ames

Learn about the latest product launches, community service projects, and corporate news from AMES.

Tips for Making Fall Beautiful

It’s time to transition your yard and flower beds for Fall! Learn some of our tips to keep your property looking great throughout the season.

1) Establish a Raking Routine
Keep your yard fresh! For a new raking experience, try out our Dual Tine Leaf Rake!

Clog Free Dual Tines!
This rake features 2 rows of tines which work together: the second row of tines picks up what the first row left behind. The tines are also designed to be clog free which makes your raking more efficient.

Rake in Tight…

Supporting the Flight 93 National Memorial – A Call to the Central Pennsylvania Community

Sixteen years ago on 9/11, our nation was attacked by a horrific act of terrorism. Americans across the nation responded to this tragedy by uniting as one and risking their lives to save others in need.

Here in Pennsylvania, AMES is supporting preparations for the 16th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony in Shanksville to remember and honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93 and construct The Tower of Voices. The Tower will contain 40 uniquely pitched chimes as a symbolic representation of the eternal voices of the passengers and crewmembers of Flight 93.

This year, AMES is honored to…

Ames Represents Pennsylvania, at the White House “Made in America” Product Showcase

CAMP HILL, Pa., July 19, 2017 – On Monday, The AMES Companies, Inc. (AMES), founded in 1774 and a wholly owned subsidiary of Griffon Corporation (NYSE: GFF), represented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the White House Made in America Product Showcase. Ames, the third oldest brand in America, and the nation’s leading manufacturer of landscaping and gardening tools, has a rich history of building America and manufacturing in the United States.

AMES wheelbarrows, manufactured in Harrisburg, PA, were featured in the White House Made in America Product Showcase. The AMES Companies has been manufacturing wheelbarrows in Harrisburg…