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Amish WarehouseFurniture and Gifts opens

Amish WarehouseFurniture and Gifts opens

BUS-Amish-warehouseAnyone who has bought Amish furniture from Bob and Betty Truesdale know they can count on quality. The couple celebrated the grand opening last Saturday, November 14, of an all new beautiful building and showroom, located at 141 S. Main Street in Cedar Springs, at Church Street. The Truesdales provide quality Amish furniture and a multitude of gifts to choose from. They guarantee customer satisfaction on all Amish-crafted furniture for every room in your home, and display it in a unique way. “Our furniture and accessories are displayed in room settings that can be duplicated in anyone’s home,” said Betty.

Betty said that in the future, they hope to give residents of Cedar Springs and the surrounding area unique gifts, for all occasions.
For more info and hours of operation, call them at 696-2060.

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