Granville, NY (PRWEB) June 16, 2014
Kicking off summer, Manchester Wood's 4th of July Summer Sale Guide runs Monday, June 16th, through Sunday, July 6th, on their website ManchesterWood.com. The event features 21 days of discounted prices on popular American-made furniture items alongside a Limited Edition USA Adirondack Folding Chair that extends the company's Adirondack heritage.
A family business with a rich legacy in affordable quality American-made furniture, Manchester Wood offers a range of solid wood furniture items from indoor to outdoor with end tables, coffee tables, media stands, TV tray tables, desks, and more.
The 4th of July Summer Sale Guide includes their Adirondack Love Seat, the Montauk Chair and Double Seat, as well as Adirondack Outdoor Dining Sets. The all-new Limited Edition USA Adirondack Chair is the centerpiece of the guide. It is made with a beautiful, handcrafted country rustic aesthetic and features a durable red, white, and blue acrylic finish with a single star cutout in the back slat. The chair commemorates the Adirondack furniture tradition that dates back to the company's earliest days of producing an Adirondack chair inspired during family trips to Lake George. Manchester Wood's current plant – or “the mill” as it is referred to – is just a few country miles from Lake George at the heart of the Adirondacks.
Since debuting its Adirondack furniture at the Chicago Housewares Trade Show in 1984, Manchester Wood has defined Adirondack style with designs that couple classic American lines with convenient innovations. The result is stylish American solid wood furniture that’s designed to last. In 1999, Manchester Wood's Adirondack folding chair was named Best of the Year by The Wall Street Journal.
Celebrate the summer in style. Take advantage of Manchester Wood’s 4th of July Summer Sale Guide to find discounted quality outdoor furniture made in the USA. And what could be a more fitting piece of furniture for Independence Day than an Adirondack chair that will have your friends asking, “Where’d you get that?”