Bob’s Price reduction Home furniture will open two new outlets in time for 4th of July weekend.
MANCHESTER, Conn. – Bob’s Lower price Furniture is opening two new areas, just in time for the July 4th holiday weekend.
The new 23,726-square-foot Ann Arbor, Mich. place is situated at Cranbrook Village 890 Eisenhower Parkway and marks the eighth Bob’s retail site in the state.
“Bob’s carries on to improve our position in the furniture sector in Michigan,” stated Chuck James, Bob’s Lower price Furniture zone vice president, retail store functions. “Our principles have remained the similar more than the years, give buyers quality home furnishings at an unsurpassed benefit.”
Bob’s is also celebrating the opening of its second place in Delaware. The new 32,690-square-foot retail showroom is situated at 1061 DuPont Freeway in Dover.
To celebrate the new locations, the company will donate a overall of $5,000 to a regional school and homeless shelter in every city.
“Our second Delaware site is an additional possibility to give our customers top quality home furnishings at an unsurpassed value,” stated Nick Vassilakos, Bob’s Price reduction Home furnishings zone vice president, shop operations. “Giving again is a large portion of our lifestyle and we are wanting ahead to doing the job with our local community companions to make a variation in the metropolitan areas that we are living and do the job in.”
These openings come as the organization celebrates its 30th anniversary. The addition of the two new spots brings the full range of Bob’s outlets to 143 throughout 22 states.