Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Pre-Memorial Day Sale & Ottoman Giveaway

Lots has been going on at Furniture Wholesale in the last couple weeks! We've introduced a huge giveaway, released details about our pre-Memorial Day sale, received a huge I-max shipment, and are gearing up for even more changes in-store.

That's a whole bunch of beautiful I-Max d├ęcor pieces!


This month we're giving away a beautiful brand new Ashley ottoman with a whole lotta storage! This ottoman is valued at $370!! This ottoman is especially nice because it has the added storage feature where the top effortlessly lifts up and reveals all the storage underneath. As an added perk, if this ottoman isn't something that fits your style or you don't need it in your home, then you can use the $370 credit towards any item of your choosing! That includes all the beautiful pieces on the floor and those found on our website that we can order in. We are super excited about this unique giveaway and if you haven't already enter on our Facebook page! All you have to do is like our Facebook page "Furniture Wholesale to the Public", share the giveaway post, and comment when you've done both. That's it!


We are currently running a Pre-Memorial day sale that's chalk-full of perks for you our valued customers! Not only does Furniture Wholesale advertise and stand by the cheapest prices around, but we've also added an additional 20% off each furniture item we have in store or you can receive 10% off our online prices found on our easy to use website!

Want yet another way to save money?! Refer someone to our store and when they make their furniture purchase YOU receive a $50 store credit to be used towards any furniture item of your choice!

Last week we announced the winner of our Mother's Day Giveaway who received the basket FULL of Swan Creek Candles! We received several wonderful submissions but we ultimately decided Sharon was the most deserving person per her daughter's heartfelt submission :

"My Mom Sharon Hague is the most amazing person ever. She worked with severely physically and mentally handicapped people at the same work place, for over 24 years. She said they were her "babies". She loved them like her own. It was about a year ago my Dad had open heart surgery and then a leg amputated. My mom was by his side in the hospital for those long months. Before he got to go home my Mom came to the realization that she would have quit her job, which she was so dedicated to, and take early retirement to stay at home full time to take care of my ailing father. My Dad was now her "baby". By God's face and with my Mom's incredible care, my Dad is now off hospice. Just because he is off hospice doesn't mean his care is over. She is there 24/7 taking acre of him and his every need. The most amazing part is my parents live on a 40 acre farm and she basically does it all herself. She is my hero. She deserves the best Mother's Day ever! I wish I could giver her the world because my Mom, Sharon, is not only my hero but she is to everyone's life she touches."








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