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Trivett’s Furniture Recognized For Large Sales Gains

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Trivett’s Furniture was honored on May 17th, 2006 with the Gold Level Award from Lane Industries. Earned for having increased sales by over 50% from 2004 to 2005, Trivett’s Furniture sells and showcases more Lane family rooms, leather and motion in the Trivett’s Furniture Showroom Gallery than any other furniture store in Virginia. Trivett’s Furniture started in 1991 by brothers Michael and Danny Trivett with a vision: to establish a furniture company that would be second to none. Today Trivett’s Furniture is a 24-hour operation selling and delivering more furniture and fine home accessories than any other store in the region. “Quality name brands people trust at the very best price and the largest selection of furniture on display makes Trivett’s a destination for families from all over Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.,” said Michael Trivett, President of Trivett’s Furniture. “Having over 150 professionally decorated rooms and a super staff sets us apart. We do our best to make every buying experience as positive as possible. We’ve been told by researchers that our customers repeatedly come to us more than any other regional furniture store. We’re proud of our association with Lane and feel blessed that they are in a lot of our customers’ homes.” Partnered with the Trivett distribution center and another retail showroom, Trivett’s employees over 200 people and has daily delivery trucks traveling all over Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. To date, this is larger than any other regional retail employer in the furniture industry. Lane Furniture was started in AltaVista Virginia in 1912. Lane soon become a major force in the upholstered furniture industry. Today, the wood and upholstered divisions have become Lane Home Furnishings. Lane Furniture Industries is owned by Furniture Brands International which also owns other well known brand name companies . . . Broyhill, Thomasville, Drexel Heritage and Maitland Smith.

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