School Outfitters Introduces Sprogs Early Childhood Furniture™

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School Outfitters launches its first branded line of preschool furniture, available exclusively at

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School Outfitters, a leading supplier of educational furniture and equipment launches its first private label preschool furniture line. The affordable, high-quality Sprogs Early Childhood Furniture line ships quickly and is backed by a 20-year warranty.

Each Sprogs product is inspired by and designed with young students in mind, and safety is the top priority. The new line of products includes everything from durable cubbies, lockers and storage units to preschool classroom chairs, activity tables, rugs, cots and more.

"We know that getting a good deal is important to our customers, so we’re pleased to offer safe, durable preschool products at a price our competitors simply can’t beat,” said Tom Brennan, President. “The new Sprogs line is an exciting addition to our growing number of products, which are all designed to provide comfortable learning environments.”

Customers can order Sprogs products through School Outfitters’ convenient, secure online site or place an order by phone with a member of the knowledgeable customer relations team. The website's live chat feature also provides real-time customer support.

The Sprogs Early Childhood Furniture line is available for purchase at

About School Outfitters
School Outfitters, a rapidly growing web-based direct retailer, works to be an educator's best source for low prices on quality school furniture and equipment. Since 1998, teachers and administrators facing tight budgets and short deadlines have found School Outfitters to be an invaluable resource for furnishing their schools. Offering a complete selection of more than 30,000 products representing 250 manufacturers, convenient online shopping and expert customer support, we make it easy to create productive learning environments. For more information about School Outfitters, visit

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