Rizzy Partners with Furniture First

CALHOUN, Ga.-Area rug and textiles supplier Rizzy Home has partnered with Furniture First, a purchasing cooperative made up of retail furniture dealers, in a two-year partnership. The deal allows the co-op members access to Rizzy's multiple product categories.

A 17-year-old national buying group for the retail home furnishings and mattress industry, Furniture First has 186 company members representing 398 store fronts and $1.2 billion in retail sales, a release said.

"Rizzy Home is a great source to bring to our members," said Shauna Snyder, director of accents and accessories, Furniture First. "Not only is the product well priced and designed to fit a variety of style needs, the broad assortment is coordinated and can make the selection process for our members and their customers easy. We look forward to a long successful partnership."

Tim Donahue, director of business development, Rizzy Home, added, "We are very excited to be a Furniture First supplier partner. We feel our product mix, manufacturing capabilities and local distribution will be a benefit for Furniture First members as they look to create programs that will capitalize on our vertically integrated facilities. Our factories in India and our warehouse in Georgia are designed to provide outstanding service and diverse programs that are in demand from the retailers. Quality, fashion and value are main ingredients of our product offerings."

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HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.

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