Hertz Furniture "Applauding Teachers Across America" Contest Launched
Jun 16, 2011
Mahwah, NJ (June 16, 2011) - To acknowledge the hard work of teachers across America, Hertz Furniture is launching a contest for all active K-12 teachers in the continental United States. Teachers may either be nominated by others, such as colleagues and students, or may enter the contest themselves.
The grand prize of Hertz Furniture's Applauding Teachers Across America Contest is a set of home office furniture consisting of a desk, an office chair and a matching bookcase. The approximate retail value of this prize is over $1,000. In addition, two first-prize winners will each win a prize of an executive executive office chair.
Hertz Furniture appreciates the hard work of America's teachers and strives to bring out the best in both teachers and their students by supplying them with durable, comfortable school furniture to provide an optimal learning environment.
"Education is the key to America’s future," says Hertz Furniture president Saul Wagner. "Teachers who enable our children to thrive and succeed are the heart of the education system. We want to thank our country’s teachers for being role models and for giving us hope for a bright future."
In addition to high-quality school furniture with a 25-year and Limited Lifetime warranties, Hertz Furniture also offers complimentary design and planning services to help save its customers time and money.
About Hertz Furniture
For 45 years Hertz Furniture has supplied schools, religious institutions, businesses and government offices with top quality commercial furniture and superior customer service. Speedy Quotes, Quick Ship products, a wide selection of eco-friendly furniture, a free project planning and design service and the best warranties in the industry are just a few of the ways that Hertz Furniture provides added value to its customers. For additional information on Hertz Furniture and its extensive line of products, please visit www.HertzFurniture.com, speak to a furniture specialist at 888-793-4999, or send an email to Amy Hoffmann.