General Graphic Announces New Line Of Workstations, Office Chairs & Accessories

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General Graphic is pleased to introduce a new line of office furniture. The furniture is designed to help purchasers, on a budget, find new furniture they can afford.

A good portion of the daily worker’s life is spent in the office. Because so much time is spent in the office, it is important to keep the office space as tolerable as possible. Most people put a good effort into keeping their homes looking good and in tip-top shape. Keeping the office looking good goes a long way to keeping employee morale high and work more productive.

Making an office look good on a tight budget can be difficult. Purchasing managers and supervisors are challenged to get as much out of every dollar as possible. Many offices feature older furniture that could be decades old. Other offices still have World War II era furniture that is falling apart, rusty and in dire need of replacement. Replacing that old furniture could potentially take days of research and shopping. That is time that most purchasing agents do not have.

General Graphic has gone to great lengths to simplify the time and work needed to find new furniture. Keeping purchasing managers in mind, General Graphic has arranged all office furniture in a way that saves time. With General Graphic, that furniture is just a mouse-click away. The wide selection of furniture can be browsed from any Internet-capable computer (

General Graphic now offers office furniture such as workstations and desks ( This furniture is designed specifically to help those on a budget, while still looking great in an office environment. Along with workstations and desks, General Graphic also features a wide variety of office chairs ( Most of the new furniture is available in a choice of wood stain, color fabric and design.

For further information, please contact David Stuart, Marketing Supervisor of General Graphic, 1-888-346-9184,


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