The Best in Billiards, proudly American Made since 1972
What does it mean to be American Made?
Being American Made is more than just an origin, it is a promise of quality. For Olhausen, it means each table and the components it is made of are produced right here in the USA. We mill, assemble, sand, finish, and package each piece at our 250,000 square foot facility in Portland, TN.
Why does it matter?
Over the years, the “Made in America” stamp has become a rarity in our market. Instead of being the standard, American made products are truly set apart from the competition. It’s a gold standard that promises quality you can trust and ensures peace of mind. Most importantly, it means your table was made by a strong, capable, and hardworking American, just like you.
“Being American Made is more than just an origin, it is a promise of quality.”
“Simply put, Olhausen makes the best so you can have the best experience…”
Why is Olhausen still Made in the USA?
It has become easier to send things overseas, and often it is cheaper too. However, that distance creates a loss in oversight and quality that is hard to overcome. As time has passed,many of our competitors have chosen to do this, and it really shows.
Olhausen does not do things cheap, we do things right.
Why does that make Olhausen the Best in Billiards?
We may be known for our quality, but there is so much to an Olhausen table than what sits in your home.
Olhausen has been committed to making the best possible pool table for nearly 50 years, but the effects of that commitment have extended to the entire nation.
The biggest benefit of an American made table is that it helps everyone. For every manufacturing job we create, another three jobs are made around the supply chain. Through operating here in America, we can put money into both the economy and the communities around us.
Simply put, Olhausen makes the best so you can have the best experience, and we’re just as committed to our country as we are our customers.
“Olhausen does not do things cheap, we do things right.”