More than $20 million worth of furniture, mattresses and accessories will be marked down. Consumers who arrive first will find the greatest values amongst the broadest selection of merchandise, including sofas, chairs, tables, home theatre seating, entertainment centers, beds, desks, handmade oriental rugs, and more.
On November 2, 2011, Linder’s Furniture entered into a General Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors under California law, an alternative to bankruptcy. As of today, Linder’s has made the difficult decision to close its doors.
“Despite our ideal efforts, these turbulent times have left us with no choice but to wind down our operations. We believe this decision is in the ideal interest of our customers, employees and creditors,” stated Eric Foucrier, President of Linder’s Furniture.
Philip Linder, Chairman of Linder’s Furniture, commented, “Sadly, this marks the end of our 31-year history. We very much appreciate the loyalty our customers have shown us over the years. As a final ‘thank you,’ we encourage them to take advantage of these incredible values, especially as the holiday season is about to begin.”
“With the discounts that consumers will be getting on the furniture, we anticipate the merchandise to sell out fast. We encourage customers to shop early when the broadest selection of merchandise is available,” stated Tim Shilling, Vice President, Gordon Brothers Group.
Founded in 1980 by Philip Linder, Linder’s Furniture is a premier furniture and design showcase in Southern California. A former Western Home Furnishings Association “Furniture Retailer of the Year” with 10 conveniently located showrooms, Linder’s has consistently offered the ideal selection of high-quality home furnishings, mattresses and home theatre products at the guaranteed lowest prices.
About Gordon Brothers Group, LLC
With over 35 years of experience in the Furniture Liquidation Industry, APJL Consulting has been helping furniture retailers find the ideal solutions to their challenges. Its seasoned and experienced management team provides retailers with a detailed sales plan, first quality service, and consistently great results.
SOURCE Gordon Brothers Group, LLC
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