Furnitureland South to Offer Private Label Program from TD Retail

MAHWAH, N.J.-Furnitureland South, in Jamestown, N.C., has selected TD Retail Card Services to develop and administer its new private label credit card.

The new Furnitureland South credit card will offer consumers a six-month deferred payment program and other special features. Under the agreement, the business unit of TD Bank, N.A., will direct all aspects of the retailer's private-label credit card program.

With more than one million square feet of showroom space, Furnitureland South has emerged as a multi-day destination for consumers from every state and many foreign countries. Founded in 1969, the family-owned company also operates a 300,000-square-foot outlet on its Jamestown, N.C., campus.

"Furnitureland South has remained committed to a 42-year tradition of providing high-quality home furnishings at discounted prices, and providing incredible values to discerning customers throughout the U.S. and the world," said Ken Macdonald, director of business development for Furnitureland South. "TD Retail Card Services was the first and only choice to administer our new private-label credit card, as their program supports our core retail philosophy and is dedicated to the concept of value and extraordinary customer service."

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