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Kane's Furniture Voted #1 In Local Newspaper Survey

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Kane’s Furniture was recently named the Best Furniture Store in Temple Terrace by readers of The Temple Terrace News, a weekly community newspaper serving the residents of Tampa, Fla. The announcement was made at the end of April. Readers of The Temple Terrace News received ballots three consecutive weeks in the center spread of the publication and were asked to vote for their favorites in 81 categories. Readers had to fill out a minimum of 50 percent of the categories in order for their votes to count. They then cut out the ballots and mailed them in to the publication to be tabulated. In the second annual Best of Temple Terrace contest, voter participation quadrupled from the first year, according to Vickie Towne, coordinator of the contest. “We are thrilled to have been voted the Best Furniture Store in Temple Terrace,” said Kane’s Furniture’s Chief Operating Officer Steve Giordano. “This recognition validates the quality of our stores and motivates us to continue to provide our customers with the best service possible.” Kane’s Furniture showrooms offer a kaleidoscope of today’s most popular colors, styles and textures. Buyers scour the markets daily for the best values in furniture and bedding. In addition to the values found in the United States, Kane’s Furniture’s buyers travel the world over in search of imports that provide even greater savings to their customers. Their collections include furniture from the Philippines, Taiwan, Italy, Canada and China. Kane’s Furniture has a rich 57-year history in Florida and $35 million in inventory. Kane’s Furniture’s 17 current store locations comprise more than one million square feet of furniture retail space in nine major Central Florida markets, including Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Port Charlotte, Ocala, Melbourne, Ft. Myers, Orlando and Lakeland.

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