School Outfitters Introduces Own Line of Office Furniture

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School Outfitters launches The Norwood Series, its first branded line of office furniture, available exclusively at schooloutfitters.com.

Norwood Series Desk & Credenza

The addition of our own branded product line allows us to offer our customers affordable, quality furniture with the convenience of online shopping

School Outfitters, a rapidly growing web-based school products and furniture company launches its first private label office furniture line. The competitively priced Norwood Series line provides affordable style and functionality to meet the needs of both education and office facilities. It is available exclusively at schooloutfitters.com.

The new line of products includes durable office desks, hutches and credenzas, file cabinets, bookcases and ready-to-go office suites. Customers can build their own customized workstations by combining individual pieces, making it easy to put together a complete workspace.

"The addition of our own branded product line allows us to offer our customers affordable, quality furniture with the convenience of online shopping," says Tom Brennan, president and co-founder of School Outfitters. "The new Norwood Series office furniture line is an exciting addition to our growing number of products, which are all designed to provide comfortable learning and working environments. We are dedicated to providing a one-stop shop for everything you need for your facility, so this new furniture line was a logical addition to our mix of products."

All of the Norwood Series products are made of sturdy particleboard and have high-pressure laminate finish that resists dents and scratches. Edges feature PVC banding to protect against chipping and cracking. Customers can choose from several finish colors to match their décor.

The Norwood Series office furniture line will be available for purchase at schooloutfitters.com.

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