• Our Companies

The W.C. Bradley family of companies has a history of transforming and evolving to meet the ever-changing consumer needs and market conditions. Today, the W.C. Bradley Co. consists of the following companies:

The W.C. Bradley Co. was founded in 1885 in Columbus, Georgia as a “cotton-factoring” business.

It is still privately owned by the family of its founder, W.C. Bradley. The company is dedicated to continuing its reputation for quality and value worldwide. With a long-term focus, a Values-based culture, a commitment to innovation, and willingness to invest in the people-side of the equation, the company will continue to grow and expand organically and through acquisitions, both domestically and internationally.

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Our History

The W.C. Bradley Co.’s worldwide headquarters are located on the Chattahoochee River in historic Uptown Columbus, Georgia, in a renovated warehouse dating from 1885.

This building was originally used to store cotton and other goods for the company’s businesses. The building has been in continuous use since the company’s founding and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  • What's New
Ribbon Cutting for Char-Broil’s New Global Headquarters Held on April 19

Ribbon Cutting for Char-Broil’s New Global Headquarters Held on April 19

The new Char-Broil headquarters building allows team members to collaborate in real time around the globe.

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“Happy Are The Painters” – an exhibition of paintings by Dr. Garry Pound at the W.C. Bradley Co. Museum

“Happy Are The Painters” – an exhibition of paintings by Dr. Garry Pound at the W.C. Bradley Co. Museum

This exhibition is on display at the W.C. Bradley Co. Museum, 1017 Front Avenue, Columbus, Georgia, through May 26. It is free and open to the public – Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The exhibition also includes paintings by Dr. Pound’s parents, Murphey and Barbara Pound. In discussing the inspiration for his art, Dr. Pound explains: “From my parents, I learned that art comes savoring the small stuff. The essential joy in life is found in the little things. Keep your heart and eye open—let nothing worthwhile escape your notice or be taken for granted.”

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Char-Broil Debuts New Global Headquarters

Char-Broil Debuts New Global Headquarters

Char-Broil’s new facility is fitting for a company that is the market leader in its industry.

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