Since we first opened, Weaver's has been a rewarding experience that has allowed us to meet and work with great people from all over the country. This sale is a celebration of that and a way to give back
Shipshewana, IN (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
Weaver Furniture Sales is hosting a 23 day sale to celebrate 23 years in the furniture business. From August 31st through September 22nd, visitors to the Weaver Furniture store in Shipshewana, Indiana will find deals including 15% off all in-stock items, up to 50% off clearance items, free prize drawings, charitable bake sale and free food. On September 21 and 22 all guests will enjoy free roast beef sandwiches, chips, drinks and other treats. Plus, those that wish can purchase a baked good on the 21st or 22nd in the benefit bake sale taking place in the showroom. Proceeds from the bake sale will be donated to owners' LeRoy and Ida Weaver's local Amish church and the needy in the Shipshewana community.
Store owner LeRoy Weaver reflects on 23 years of business stating, "Since we first opened, Weaver's has been a rewarding experience that has allowed us to meet and work with great people from all over the country. This sale is a celebration of that and a way to give back."
About Weaver Furniture Sales:
Weaver Furniture Sales was established in 1989 in Shipshewana, Indiana, and is an Amish, family-owned furniture business that offers a full line of solid wood furniture at affordable prices – for both residential and commercial purposes. Weaver Furniture Sales features Mission furniture styles, traditional and Shaker furniture. As part of their client services, Weaver Furniture Sales provides furniture design consultation services, custom furniture options, furniture quotes, layaway options and various delivery alternatives for residences and businesses in the United States from their quiet country showroom in Shipshewana, Indiana.
LeRoy and Ida Weaver have owned and operated Weaver Furniture Sales for over twenty-two years, beginning with a 1,500 square foot showroom and expanding to over 15,000 square feet today. Previously, they owned and managed LeWana Dairy Farm where they milked cows and raised corn and hay.