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The Furniture Business is in the way cycling career.

Is this cool or what?

http://www.avensfurniture.com/

661.942.1103

I had a birthday last month.

My wife and kids always ask me what I want for my birthday.

I really do not need anything. At this point in my life I do not need any item, in fact I need to start getting rid of things I once thought I needed just so I can find things I actually use.

It’s always a stretch for me to come up with ideas.

My mother comes up with ideas like the cycling jersey in the photo above all the time. She is gifted.

She had the guys over at Block Alternatives make one. I didn’t know you could make just one of anything like this.

I need a whole cycling team racing allover town advertising Aven’s!

First stop Lancaster BLVD…next stop the Tour! I think I need to reduce my hours at the store so I can train…

Thanks God for my mother’s unfailing imagination…and never ever listening to me when I say “oh Mom…I don’t need anything”.

Thanks for reading,

Bob

June 20, 2011 Posted by | antelope valley furniture, La-Z-Boy Lancaster, La-Z-Boy Southern California, Lancaster Furniture | , , , | Leave a comment

Fathers Day La-Z-Boy Sale…Palmdale/Lancaster

The history of La-Z-Boy. A Great American Story

In 1928, cousins Edward M. Knabusch and Edwin J. Shoemaker partnered and invested in the furniture business in the small town of Monroe, Michigan.Together, the duo set out to design a chair for “nature’s way of relaxing.” Using orange crates to mock-up and refine their idea, they invented a wood-slat porch chair with a reclining mechanism. Knabusch and Shoemaker then upholstered their innovation and marketed it as a year-round chair. The chair was a success, but it needed a name. Combining promotion with necessity, the partners held a contest. Entries included such names as Sit-N-Snooze, Slack-Back and Comfort Carrier, but one in particular — La-Z-Boy — was the winner.

In 1969, after years primarily as a manufacturer of recliners, La-Z-Boy started designing other products including reclining sofas, sleep sofas and modular groups. In 1983, La-Z-Boy introduced its first line of stationary sofas and occasional chairs. Today, La-Z-Boy offers a full line of home furnishings.

Aven’s and La-Z-Boy have been a team since 1986. Wow…25 years. That’s a lot of La-Z-Boy. I would estimate about 26,000 units of La-Z-Boy products have moved in and out of our warehouse.

For Fathers Day Aven’s has hundreds of Genuine La-Z-Boy Recliners and dozens of Reclining Sofa and Love Seats in stock and ready for delivery or immediate pickup from our attached warehouse.

Anderson Recliner $299

Joshua Recliner $399

Pinnacle Recliner $399

Happy Father’s Day


June 15, 2011 Posted by | antelope valley furniture, La-Z-Boy Lancaster, La-Z-Boy Southern California, Lancaster Furniture, Palmdale furniture | , , , , | Leave a comment