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TV Trays: Perfect for Work & School

TV Trays at Manchester WoodTV Trays make perfect sense for this fall weather. We’re getting back to school and the grind of work after hours in the now cooler, calmer nights.

At Manchester Wood our TV Trays are some of the most sought after in the market. Not only are they made of solid hardwood, but they’re also 100% made in America at our mill in Upstate New York in the Adirondack foothills. Backed by our Quality Guarantee and Free Shipping Always, you’ll find many of our customer testimonials are in rave review of these TV trays.

During the early 1980s, Manchester Wood transitioned from specializing in smaller wood products to focusing on producing larger solid wood furniture pieces, such as TV trays. From solid ash American hardwood with a sturdy double glide undercarriage, the TV tray tables were designed for the fast paced world in which we live with a sturdy, quality product to support us day-in-and-day-out. That’s just what this product has come to do.

Whether you use it for your laptop, or to pay the bills, our folding TV tray tables provide a comfortable and convenient workspace. As the years have gone by new and improved versions have become available. Our new Portable Folding Tray Table Desk Set for example has a curved shape that fits close to you while also adding a spacious work area to the sides for convenient extra workspace. It also features a cutout built-in handle that allows you to move with more ease. In developing this product, we combined the two most popular designs of our folding TV trays – the Contemporary and Portable Folding Work and Laptop Desk to offer you an exclusive variation made perfect for the home or office space.

As always, all our products are crafted from sustainable Northeast hardwood at our mill in the Adirondack foothills of New York; built to last generations.

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Custom Furniture: Manchester Wood Now Offers

Custom Furniture at Manchester Wood

Custom furniture made in USA now offered by Manchester Wood!

It’s been a longtime coming, but Manchester Wood is officially now offering the option of custom furniture. At Manchester Wood we strive to produce the best solid wood furniture for you. Sometimes that means you have your own ideas on how our furniture can meet your exact needs. That nook in your den might be just a little too narrow for that desk, or a TV media stand needs to be a bit higher or wider than what we currently offer for your living room. It’s understandable and we believe quality always finds a home, so our promise through our collections – and now with this extended custom furniture option – is that our heirloom quality American made solid wood furniture will find a home at yours for a long, longtime. So with great excitement and diligence we are beginning to offer our American made furniture custom built right at our mill in the foothills of the Adirondacks in Upstate New York.

Find a product we currently offer here online, bring your idea of tweaking it a bit – whether it be finish, wood species, width or height, and email service@manchesterwood.com.

Our custom American made furniture typically ships within 2-4 weeks.

What kind of furniture ideas do you have? Share with us in the comment section below!

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Celebrities Help This Made in USA Company

Celebrities booming Made in USA company

Employees inside Randolph Engineering. Courtesy of ABC News

Celebrities from the silver to small screens alike are wearing these Made in USA sunglasses, and it’s helping sales as ABC News reports.

Robert Redford in 2001′s “Spy Game,” Tom Cruise in 2013′s “Oblivion,” Don Draper in “Mad Men,” all these men have one thing in common: wearing Made in USA Randolph Engineering sunglasses on the screen.

Although celebrities might make it a seeming Hollywood thing, Randolph sunglasses are made in the small town of Randolph, Massachusetts, population 32,000. Which is a bit larger then the 2,500-person town Manchester Wood resides in.

Regardless, like us, they’re rich in heritage as Peter Waszkiewicz, CEO stated. Waszkiewicz’s father invented the sunglasses in 1975, when 90 percent of the frames sold in the US were made in America. Waszkiewicz said now just 3 percent are made in the US (ABC News)… “In the ’80s, everything went overseas. … We stayed. … And we love it and we’re on the forefront of bringing optical manufacturing back to this country,” he said.

Today “RE” ships all over the world, while continuing to make it in America, and creating new jobs.

Ekene Ofodile, Senior Vice President of Sales told ABC News that “In Japan, in China, in Korea, made in the USA really matters.”

“The whole ‘made in the USA’ movement is growing,” Waszkiewicz said. “We’ve had 60 percent growth in our employees since 2009.”

Sales are up and company made dozens of new hires in the last year and a half.

“We’re committed to manufacturing here in the US. … I mean, when you have a pilot flying a multimillion-dollar jet, you can’t afford to have a screw fall out,” he said. “We’ve been making eyewear for 40 years. We’re all about quality. We’re well-known for our quality and are so confident, we’ll guarantee our frames for life.”

Read more on ABC News and watch the video above about this company helping keep the Made in USA movement alive.

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