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Retailer Country Home Furniture Joins Think Local Effort

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Country Home Furniture, located at Shady Maple in Lancaster County, announced that it has joined forces with Think Local.

Think Local is a public awareness campaign that highlights the positive results when consumers and business leaders support area companies.

A management official for Country Home Furniture said, “We are proud to be part of Think Local, which keeps our customers’ dollars right here in America and specifically in our regional area of the Mid-Atlantic. This allows us all to be contributing to our local economy and assuring American manufacturing and retail jobs are a part of our future.”

The furniture retailer delivers furniture to homes and businesses all across the east coast, out of its showroom and warehouse, located at 1352 Main Street in East Earl Township, PA.

“Our customers come from Lancaster, York, Harrisburg, Reading, Chester, Philly, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and D.C. and beyond, so anything we can do to promote local and regional business, we will.”

“We sell only American made and Amish handcrafted furniture, and we don’t really envision that changing. We know what our customers want and why they come here to shop, and we know our niche. They are the same thing. All of that goes hand-in-hand with Think Local.”

On its website, the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce declares, While convenience and the lowest price may seem ideal to focus on at the time of purchase, it's important to think long term if we truly want to keep our local economy strong and our friends, family and neighbors working.  

Country Home Furniture executives and various staff members intend to be highly involved in Think Local events, as well as the local chamber of commerce.

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