GuildMaster Launches "Stories Made by Hand" Contest

GuildmasterSPRINGFIELD, Mo.-GuildMaster has launched a contest calling for buyers to submit their favorite stories of how GuildMaster pieces have enhanced their lives for a chance to receive a $1,000 credit towards a future order. The contest will accept entries until Sunday, April 6.

Buyers can enter by sharing their stories on the GuildMaster Facebook page, or by visiting its High Point Market showroom at the C&D Building, Suite 1-A, by Sunday, April 6. GuildMaster will announce the winner for the best story at noon on Tuesday, April 8, in its showroom.

"'Stories Made by Hand' is at the root of the GuildMaster brand," said Steve Crowder, CEO, GuildMaster. "As we grow and evolve the design aesthetic of our line, the stories behind the inspiration for each piece also evolve. For our Spring 2014 collection, GuildMaster is launching pieces with a modern industrial edge, featuring reclaimed woods and metals inspired by travels through Europe, specifically the farmhouses of Scandinavia, Italy and France. We're sharing these stories of inspiration with our customers through our new catalog, which chronicles the design origins of select pieces. This new look for GuildMaster marks the next chapter in 'Stories Made by Hand' and we look forward to hearing from buyers how hand crafted GuildMaster pieces have touched their lives."

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