Phillips Collection's Chairs Featured in The Hunger Games

HIGH POINT, N.C.--Phillips Collection's Seat Belt Chairs were featured in the hit film The Hunger Games.

Eight of the company's green Seat Belt Dining Chairs adorned an ultra-modern dining table in the penthouse training apartment in the movie.

 "It goes without saying that this is unbelievable exposure for Phillips Collection," said company President and CEO  Mark Phillips. "What is most exciting is how many of our customers and fans have called in letting us know they saw the movie and immediately noticed our chairs."

The chairs were purchased by North Carolina-based set designer Margaret Hungerford, who has furnished many movie sets, including The Minority Report and Contagion.

Phillips Collection offers the Seat Belt Chair in a variety of sizes, materials and colors including orange, black, green, white, purple and red.

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