Brownlow Linens (formerly Brownlow Textiles Ltd.) was established in Lurgan in 1981, and named after Brownlow House in the County Armagh town.
It is appropriate that an Irish linen company founded in Lurgan should be named Brownlow. For the history of the town was probably most influenced by two things the arrival of John and William Brownlow, in the early 17th century and the rise of the linen industry.
The company's factory was originally based in Lurgan. However, shortly after it was bought by the Franklins Group, in 1999, it's premises were moved to nearby Banbridge, County Down, and it now trades as a division of Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen.
The Brownlow brand is very much Irish themed and offers a competitively priced range.