(PRWEB) December 03, 2013
American Freight Furniture and Mattress announced the opening of its latest New York furniture store location at 272 Oriskany Boulevard in Whitesboro on December 6th. The 20,000-square foot furniture warehouse will be located in the old Bargain Outlet building and will bring ten new jobs to the Utica-Rome economy. This New York store is the fourth in the state, with other discount furniture stores in Binghamton, Buffalo, and Syracuse. It is the 88th American Freight store in the country.
American Freight is a warehouse-style discount furniture store that is open to the public. They specialize in furniture obtained directly from the manufacturer through factory closeouts, dealer cancellations, retail chain buyouts, and wholesale liquidations, eliminating the middleman and passing savings along to the customer. Customers can choose from house brand furniture and name brand furniture like Simmons, Serta, and Stewart and Hamilton, all sold at factory direct prices.
“Our furniture store opening in Whitesboro is very exciting for us because of the high demand for the products we provide,” said Kelly Warren, spokesperson for American Freight. “We pride ourselves in the ability to help customers get the best value for their dollar, especially in such tough economic times. With this New York location, residents of the Utica-Rome area can take advantage of our competitive furniture prices.”
American Freight Furniture and Mattress in Utica is open for business Monday-Thursday from 12pm-8pm, Friday from 10am-8pm, Saturday from 10am-7pm, and Sunday from 12pm-5pm. Customers can take advantage of discount prices on living room furniture sets, bedroom furniture packages, dining room furniture, mattress sets, children’s furniture, and much more. Same-day delivery options and a free layaway program are available.
To learn more about discount furniture store American Freight, visit http://www.americanfreight.us.
About American Freight
Founded in 1993, American Freight Furniture and Mattress has chosen to maintain modest warehouses instead of expensive showrooms in order to keep costs low and pass the savings along to the customers. Because of this, customers don’t have to pay expensive retail showroom markups while still taking home high-quality furniture.