Rooms To Go Teams With Sofia Vergara for Furniture

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Furniture retailer Rooms To Go announced that it has entered into a multiyear licensing agreement with actress Sofia Vergara, launching the Sofia Vergara Collection in the fall.

The collection focuses on living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms and accessories.  True to the retailer's strategy, the Sofia Vergara Collection will be merchandised and displayed in complete room groupings designed to provide customers with inspiration, affordability and ease of shopping.

Vergara can currently be seen on ABC's Emmy award-winning series "Modern Family." Vergara has been nominated three times each for the Golden Globe, Emmy and Screen Actors Guild awards for her role in "Modern Family."

"I love beautiful furniture and am so excited to be working with Rooms To Go to create my own furniture collection!" Vergara said.  "My relationship with Rooms To Go began over 15 years ago when I moved to the United States as a single mother, and furnished my first apartment entirely from their store.  I knew I could get high quality furniture that was both fashionable and affordable.  I've purchased new room settings from Rooms To Go since then; however, some of the original pieces are still in my family.

"My collection will offer gorgeous contemporary designs with the same amazing quality and affordability I've always known from Rooms To Go."

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