Veranda Classics Launches New Website with Cruise Giveaway

ForemostFurnitureEAST HANOVER, N.J.-Veranda Classics by Foremost has launched a new website, verandaclassics.com, in an effort to provide quick and complete information to customers and easy access for retailers looking for a new source of high-end outdoor furniture.

To kick off the new site, Veranda Classics will give away a four-day Royal Caribbean Cruise gift certificate that can be redeemed for a variety of trips, valued at $2,500. Registration and complete details can be found at verandaclassics.com.

"We wanted to tie the launch of the new website to our plan to dramatically expand our product offerings and our support capabilities for 2015," said Foremost Executive Vice President Tim Anderson. "Our new American design team is pushing the bar with eight complete new introductions at July Casual Premarket."

Danny Jelley, senior vice president of product design and development for the outdoor division, added, "The powerhouse retailers that we are now positioned to serve are both brick and mortar stores, as well as stores 100 percent dedicated to online customers. Our products, policies and materials are all designed to work in tangent with the dynamic of the Internet to enhance their brand awareness and increase sales."

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