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Farmers home Furniture opens Huntsville store

Farmers home Furniture has opened at 3240 Memorial Parkway NW in Huntsville. CONTRIBUTED
Farmers home Furniture has opened at 3240 Memorial Parkway NW in Huntsville. CONTRIBUTED

HUNTSVILLE – Farmers home Furniture, a leading provider of affordable home furnishings and exceptional customer service, has opened a new store in Huntsville.

The store’s address is 3240 Memorial Parkway NW in the Huntsville Commons center. Owners and local dignitaries will gather for the Grand Opening ceremony on Oct. 6.

Representatives from the Farmers home Furniture store and corporate office in Dublin, Ga. will attend during the unveiling of this beautiful store, store manager Robert Pugh said. Farmers home Furniture opened its first store in Soperton, Ga. in 1949 with fairness, trust, quality and value in mind for the customer. The company is equally committed to those same ideals today.

Farmers home Furniture has become one of the largest and most successful furniture retailers in the Southeast with 200 locations in Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.

“Farmers home Furniture offers home furnishing products and services that exceed customer expectations. Our products can be purchased for a reasonable price on a financing plan that allows for a same-day sale,” Pugh said.

“With 200 stores spanning five states, we have the benefit of large buying power to provide low costs without losing our hometown quality and service,” Pugh said. “Our credit modeling method has helped the community residents across the Southeast to purchase their dream furnishings for over half a century.”

“A member of our friendly and knowledgeable staff, whose top priority is to provide excellent customer service, will greet you,” Pugh said. “This new location is decorated with the latest styles and trends in the furniture industry.”

Farmers home Furniture is committed to the positive and progressive ideals of this community. “We are grateful to contribute to Huntsville’s area growth,” Pugh said.

The public is invited to attend the grand opening and tour the store. For more information, call 256-746-8308.

 

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