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Boston Interiors Gives Back With 1% For the Planet

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Boston Interiors recently announced that in the month of August, each time a reclaimed product is purchased, Boston Interiors will donate one percent of the sale to two charities: 1% for the Planet and the Mass Audubon Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary.

As an environmentally responsible retailer, Boston Interiors is proud to offer products that are eco-friendly, including furniture made by manufacturers who are members of The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), and The Sustainable Furniture Council (SFC), all of which practice sustainable forestry.

“We know how important it is, not only to us, but to our customers, that we provide options that are socially and environmentally responsible,” said CEO Stefanie Lucas. “We’re proud to give back each year.”

This is the third year Boston Interiors has partnered with 1% for the Planet, a national organization, offering this type of donation. This year, in addition to donating a percent of sales, Boston Interiors is bringing a team of employees to volunteer with Mass Audubon on September 25th where they will work for the day in a garden at the Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, helping to cultivate and sustain the terrain.

For more information and to shop reclaimed products, visit bostoninteriors.com.

More about Boston Interiors: Boston Interiors is a privately held furniture retailer, currently with nine stores in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The stores carry a wide selection of smartly-priced quality furniture, from clean and modern to classic and casual. Boston Interiors current stores are located in Bedford, N.H., Burlington, Dedham, Hanover, Mashpee, Natick, Saugus, Stoughton and Westborough. Boston Interiors is a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. For more information, visit bostoninteriors.com.

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