Value City Furniture store to open stores in Ann Arbor and Westland
ANN ARBOR, MI – Two new Value City Furniture stores will open in Ann Arbor and Westland, replacing Loves Furniture stores after their business filed for bankruptcy less than six months after the old Art Van stores reopened.
These store openings follow a series of recruiting events organized by Value City Furniture, helping those who have recently lost their jobs at Loves Furniture to keep their jobs.
Loves Furniture files for bankruptcy less than 6 months after the reopening of the old Art Van stores
The first opening will be in Ann Arbor at 425 E Eisenhower Pkwy on February 11, and the second will be in Westland at 8300 N Wayne Rd on February 25.
These new locations for Value City Furniture (VCF) will showcase new concepts focused on designer looks, Alejandro Alvarez Correa, chief marketing officer, American Signature Inc., said in an email. Customers will see new and popular seasonal styles showcased in stylish vignettes in the hopes that it will inspire their customers on how to decorate their homes, she added.
Designer Looks offers high-end designer trends at affordable prices and is made from the brand’s 125-year-old North Carolina workshop.
This new concept offers a Make it You series that allows customers to create customizable sofas and sectionals, and the ComfortTech series, which offers power reclining seats with a wide selection of unique styles and features.
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