Massachusetts business makes decorative frames for televisions

                A Massachusetts-based manufacturer has teamed up with one of the world's largest TV makers to match your room's décor.  Kevin Hancock is the founder of Frame My TV, and he's changing the way people look at TVs while they're down!  "We make frames for TVs and decorative ways to hide TVs, and make them fit your decor," Hancock says.  Hancock, an electrical engineer by trade, says his company in Methuen began with a complete accident nearly 20 years ago.  While hanging on his new big-screen TV, a miscalculation of measurement turned out to be a blessing in disguise.  "I placed the port about an inch higher with the height of the TV so you could still see the port, so I made a frame to hide the port," Hancock says.  At the suggestion of a friend, Hancock began building and selling handmade TV frames from his garage.  Six months later, a big break came in the form of a phone call from Florida.  "The Breakers down in Palm Beach, someone called and said 'We want some frames.'" She said in the plural. That's more than one cool. She wanted 500. They were remodeling every guest room at the hotel," Hancock said.  After outfitting luxury hotels, casinos and homes all over the world, Hankook has taken another leap.  They recently worked on a hub to work exclusively with TV manufacturer Samsung and their lineup called 'The Frame'.  While attending a TV industry trade show, Hancock says he received word of a last-minute cancellation of a booth space located next to the Samsung booth.  He says he immediately slapped his credit card, grabbed the booth, and on the first morning of the show, Samsung executives saw what his company had to offer.  "In the last 12 months, after we've been in business for 14 years, we've grown 1,200 percent," Hancock says.  With their traditional Deco line and soon to be launched a more modern one called Alloy, Kevin says the success he and his team are seeing has been a dream come true.  "It was shocking to see how that happened," Hancock says. "How you invested so much time and energy into something, to see it build and grow, was amazing."
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                <strong class="dateline">Methuen, Requiem.  -</strong>                                          <p>A Massachusetts-based manufacturer has teamed up with one of the world's largest TV makers to match your room's décor.</p><!-- article/blocks/side-floater -->

Kevin Hancock is the founder of Frame My TV, and he’s changing the way people look at TVs while they’re down!

“We make frames for TVs and decorative ways to hide TVs, and make them fit your decor,” Hancock says.

Hancock, an electrical engineer by trade, says his company in Methuen began with a complete accident nearly 20 years ago.

While hanging on his new big-screen TV, a miscalculation of measurement turned out to be a blessing in disguise.

“I placed the port about an inch higher with the height of the TV so you could still see the port, so I made a frame to hide the port,” Hancock says.

At the suggestion of a friend, Hancock began building and selling handmade TV frames from his garage.

Six months later, a big break came in the form of a phone call from Florida.

“The Breakers down in Palm Beach, someone called and said ‘We want some frames.'” She said the plural. That’s more than one cool. She wanted 500. They were remodeling every guest room in the hotel,” Hancock says.

After outfitting luxury hotels, casinos and homes all over the world, Hankook has taken another leap.

They recently made a hub to work exclusively with TV manufacturer Samsung and their collection called “The Frame”.

Hancock says that while attending a TV industry trade show, he got word of a last-minute cancellation of a booth space located right next to the Samsung booth.

He says he immediately slapped his credit card, grabbed the booth, and on the first morning of the show, Samsung executives saw what his company had to offer.

“In the last 12 months, after we’ve been in business for 14 years, we’ve had 1,200 percent growth,” Hancock says.

With their traditional Deco line and soon to be launched a more modern one called Alloy, Kevin says the success he and his team are seeing has been a dream come true.

“It was shocking to see how that happened,” Hancock says. “How you invested so much time and energy into something, to see it build and grow, was amazing.”

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