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Lee Display West Inc.


2220 Cordelia Rd
Fairfield, CA 94534
Last Updated: November 29, 2017


About Lee Display West Inc.

Our Roots


Lee Display is a family owned visual merchandising and display business. Upon emigrating from Italy to New York City at the turn of the century, Mr. Latino they started a Manhattan-based millenary business 1902. The Company specialized in making the velvet and silk flowers that accentuated hats and fedoras worn commonly during the time. Lee Display’s products were all handmade with unique designs and made with care and precision. The business flourished and grew as the reputation for quality grew throughout the industry.


Who We've worked with in the Past:


Barneys, Belk’s, Benefit, Bergdorf Goodman’s, Bloomingdales, Bob Marche, Britches of Georgetown, Bullocks, Caesars Palace, DFS, Electronic Arts, Express, Filenes, Foleys, Fremont Bank, Gump’s, Jamba Juice, Jordan Marsh, Knott’s Berry Farm, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom’s, Parisians, Pebble Beach Company, Pottery Barn, Robinsons-May Company, Saks, Sofitel Hotel, The Gap, Warner Brothers, Williams & Sonoma


Who we work with




Meet The Team


Bryan Andersen

Bryan has been with Lee Display since 2008.  Bryan has designed and conceptualized many of Lee Display's signature products.  His craftwork helps bring Lee Display's excellence to the next level.


Juan has been with Lee Display since 2005.  Juan's craftsmanship and precise technical work have driven Lee Display to new heights.  His designs and engineering are engraved in every product from Lee Display.

Juan Gonzales


The Latino Family


Anthony Latino

Born in 1929 in Brooklyn NY, Anthony grew up working with his family at Lee Display in New York City.  Due to his father's early passing at the early age of 18, Anthony took the helm of the family business where he transformed Lee Display establishing strong relationships and providing custom display and visual merchandising solutions for the leading department stores including Bloomingdales, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Bonwit-Teller and many more. He successfully grew the company for more than 45 years and remained active in the business even after he passed the torch to his oldest son, Mark.


Mark joined Lee Display 40 years ago in New York. He became CEO in 1990. Shortly thereafter and with the help of his father, made the big decision to move the company to San Francisco to better serve the substantial growth of Macy’s west coast locations. With Mark at the helm, the company now works with over 150 Macy's locations nationwide.  Mark also propelled Lee Display into new ventures including online merchandizing and expansion of its base-business from Christmas decorations to specialty seasonal decorations. 

Mark Latino

James Latino

Like his father, Mark, and grandfather, Anthony, James has worked at Lee Display since boyhood. After completing his college degree and working in the tech industry for the better part of a decade, James joined Lee Display full-time as the Director of Business Development in 2015. And like previous generations of Latinos, James brings a new spirit of innovation to the Company.


In the 1950's, we started supplying Bloomingdale's with snowflakes, garlands, and Christmas flowers for their New York Christmas Presentations.  With Anthony Latino as the owner, Lee Display pushed all its resources towards merchandising and display work.  Anthony's son, Mark Latino, took over the role of CEO in 1990 and moved the business to  San Francisco.  We now work with retail stores of all sizes to create, manufacture, deliver and install their custom handmade visual displays for each new season!

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