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America’s Best Memorial Day Furniture Sale

May 25th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh

Memorial-day-furniture-saleHopefully you're planning a weekend full of relaxation with your family and friends this Memorial Day.  But I bet you're also going to squeeze in some chores, errands and shopping as well. 

We can help you with that… if it's furniture you're shopping for. 

Check out our Big Storewide Memorial Day Furniture Sale.

On this patriotic weekend, you can feel good knowing our handcrafted wood furniture is 100% American made.  Even better– you'll save 15% off just about everything store-wide including bedroom furniture, dining room furniture, home office furniture and living room furniture.  And we've delivered to all 50 states in the USA using our white glove delivery and set-up service so you can be confident that your furniture will arive safe and sound… with our craftsman's lifetime guarantee.

The best part?  You don't have to rush around town to shop for your furniture.  Relax and browse with your friends and family from the comfort of your home, backyard, beach or BBQ.  The sale goes through this weekend and ends Tuesday, May 29 at midnight.  Don't miss it!

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Memorial Day: Honoring Our Military Heroes

May 24th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh

 

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Thank you to all USA veterans and their families for their generous service to our country.  We are grateful for your sacrifice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Memorial Day weekend we pause to honor our nation's military heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice in their service to our country.  For those of us lucky enough to be removed from the pain and suffering of our country's wars– I think it's hard to understand the hardships that others take on our behalf.  So on Memorial Day we set aside special time to do that.  Here are some ideas for honoring our military heroes, as offered by Lisa Dietlin of the Huffington Post:

  • Participate in the National Moment of Remembrance: one minute of silence that occurs at 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day
  • Visit a cemetery and read the headstones of those who have died for our freedom
  • Attend the Memorial Day parade in your community
  • Fly the American flag in front of your home
  • Make a charitable donation to a nonprofit doing work with veterans, such as the Wounded Warrior Project or the Gary Sinise Foundation

 Fellow Vermonters, you can find the schedule of Vermont Memorial Day parades here.  

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