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Hertz Furniture Sandy Relief Program: 20% Off & QuickShip on 1,100+ Items

 
 

 

 

 

In support of our friends and neighbors who have been affected by Superstorm Sandy, Hertz Furniture is offering a 20% discount and QuickShip on all furniture from Academia, AmTab, Eurotech, NPS, OSC and ScreenFlex.

 
Choose from a wide variety of school and office furniture including classroom furniture, cafeteria tables, casegoods, teacher desks, task and office seating, chairs, tables, lecterns, podiums and mobile partitions.

Schools and others in NH, RI, MA, CT, NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, DC, VA and WV who order before Thanksgiving are eligible.

 

Phone orders only – 888-494-3314.

 
To further support all those affected by this storm, Hertz Furniture will make a donation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for every order received between now and Thanksgiving.

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