Vermont-disaster-relief-donate It’s been over two weeks since Hurricane Irene blew through Vermont destroying homes, businesses, roads and wildlife habitats.  Since then Vermonters and good samaritans from throughout the region have been working around the clock to rebuild and restore the area.  I’m amazed at how fast the roads are being rebuilt.  Route 9 between Brattleboro and Bennington was ripped to smitherenes but, with the help of the National Guard and others, our incredible road crews have already gotten it passable. Shannon said she even got to drive on a newly paved stretch of Route 9 on her way in today.


Shaker-furniture-sale But there is much work left to do.  As with all disasters the news media moves on, but so many people are still in need of assistance.  At Vermont Woods Studios Furniture we are trying to think of ways to help.  One thing we are doing is donating 100% of profits from all furniture sold online or in our showroom this Saturday, September 17.  If you have been thinking about buying furniture, this would be a great time to do it!  All of our Shaker Furniture is on sale that day; we have 6 Dining Room Sets on Sale that can be installed in your home for Thanksgiving Dinner plus (how cool is this?) our donation will be matched by local employer Entergy-VY.  Talk about leveraging your hard-earned money. So it could be a win for you and others– in a big way.  If the promotion is successful, we’ll sponsor similar events periodically to continue to help out where we can.

Thanks for your continued well-wishes as Vermonters work to rebuild after the storm.

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

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