Shoppers look for ‘Made in USA’ via Winston-Salem Journal

Made in USA FurnitureRichard Carver of Winston-Salem Journal reports ‘Made in USA’ furniture resonates with the consumer in a “feel good attribute.”

Our neighbors Telescope Casual Furniture and others were interviewed in recent coverage at High Point Market on Made in USA furniture and what they’ve found the shopper is looking for from them despite foreign opposition.

Here are excerpts from Carver’s recent article:

The Made in the USA campaign in the home furnishings industry was dealt a blow last week when Stanley Furniture Industries Inc. announced plans to close its last domestic plant, cutting 400 jobs in Robbinsville… But exhibitors, buyers and industry officials at the spring High Point Market stressed Tuesday that consumers still want American-made products. The market, which is closed to the public, ends Thursday. Continue reading…


2013 High Point Furniture Market April 20 to 25

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We’re looking forward to attending the High Point Furniture Market in High Point, NC again this spring. Preparations are well under way as we get everything ready for the trip down to North Carolina. Our booth will be located at the M329A Pavilion in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) Building. Please check out our complete exhibitor listing for further details.

Founded in 1909, High Point Market has grown into the world’s largest furnishings industry trade show. Covering 11.5 million square feet of show space in 180 buildings, the show attracts over 75,000 attendees and 2000 exhibitors to each market. With over 100 countries represented, serious retail home furnishings buyers make sure to attend because if you can’t find it at High Point, it probably doesn’t exist.

If you happen to be in the High Point area and looking for something to do or are already attending, please stop by and visit our booth! Connecting with customers, both new and old, is one of our favorite parts of the market. For further info, please see our press release below:

Press Release:  Manchester Wood Unveils Green Mountain Collection At High Point Market

Featured on ABC World News’ ‘Made in America’ with Diane Sawyer in 2011 for its continuing commitment to manufacturing in America, Manchester Wood has been designing and producing popular solid wood furniture pieces for leading home furnishing companies, including L.L. Bean, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, Plow and Hearth, and Lands’ End, for over 35 years at their plant in the foothills of the Adirondacks of New York.


2012 High Point Furniture Market October 13 to 18

We’re excited to be attending the High Point Furniture Market in High Point, NC again this year. Preparations are well under way as we get the solid wood furniture that we will be showcasing ready for the trip down to North Carolina. This year we will be located at the M329A Pavilion in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) Building. Check out our complete exhibitor listing.

Founded in 1909, High Point Market has grown into the world’s largest furnishings industry trade show. Covering 11.5 million square feet of show space in 180 buildings, the show attracts over 75,000 attendees and 2000 exhibitors to each market. With over 100 countries represented, serious retail home furnishings buyers make sure to attend because if you can’t find it at High Point, it probably doesn’t exist.

If you are in the area and looking for something to do or are already attending, please stop by and say “Hi.” Connecting with customers, both new and old is one of the high points (pun intended) of the market for us. For further info, please check out the below press release:

Press Release:  Manchester Wood To Showcase ew American Made Solid Wood Furniture Colors At High Point Market

Featured on ABC News with Diane Sawyer in 2011 for our ongoing dedication to manufacturing in America, Manchester Wood has been designing popular solid wood furniture pieces for a number of leading home furnishing companies, including L.L. Bean, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, Plow and Hearth, and Lands’ End for over 35 years at our plant in Granville, New York.