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Youth Adirondack Chair Giveaway: March into Spring!

Adirondack Chair Youth GiveawayThis Month’s FREE Raffle Giveaway…

Youth Adirondack Chair

How do you plan on spending spring with your kids (or the kids in your life)!?

As springtime arrives we take a look towards the outdoors and the furniture we’ll use in the joy of the warmer seasons ahead. For our month of March giveaway we’re offering our Youth Adirondack Chair free. The Youth Adirondack Chair is a kid’s variation (ideal for ages 3 to 8) of Manchester Wood’s Adirondack Folding Chairs.

Our Adirondack Folding Chairs are made from solid maple and have a very durable exterior acrylic finish. The hardware is rust-resistant to ensure easy folding for storage during winter months. These chairs are designed to last generations. Handcrafted and entirely made in the USA in the Adirondack foothills of New York.

To enter the raffle drawing for a free Youth Adirondack Chair email us (, mention us on Twitter (@manchesterwood), or write on our Facebook wall ( how you plan on spending spring with your kids (or the kids in your life)!

The winner will be drawn at the end of the month!

Adirondack Chair Sale!

Also: Take advantage of 10% OFF and stock up for warmer weather with our Adirondack furniture! Promo Code: MWADK @ Checkout

NormaMillArt1Happy Spring!

Ed & Priscilla Eriksen

Manchester Wood: American Made Furniture

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  • Gloria Laundrie May 13, 2014, 5:17 pm

    I know it’s past giveaway time, but I just love the smaller size furniture. We have a new great granddaughter, Tessa Marie, and it would be wonderful for her in a year or two, when she can come visit and sit in the chair with a doll I will make for her, one with dark brown eyes and light brown hair, just like hers. .

  • Gloria Anne May 13, 2014, 5:21 pm

    I would love for some of your craftsmen designers and makers to produce some miniature (for 12 inch dolls or less, for instance) furniture items, like little tables and chairs, and beds and a dresser with little drawers. More difficult to do, of course, but I like to dream of finding such things. As art objects, too, as they would make fine accessories on one of your bookcases or tables. Love it!

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