Free Freight Offer by Designer's Resource, Inc Reflects Company's Commitment to Customer Service

Hollywood, Florida (PressExposure) January 19, 2009 -- Regardless of where their Interior Design business is located, professional Interior Designers want to save money on the cost of doing business and with free freight on the first $3,000 in orders, Designer's Resource, Inc. believes they are offering exactly what Designers need.

The company, which sells furniture and accessories to professional Interior Designers through "To the Trade Showrooms," said the offer applies to Designers who complete a registration form on their Website at The offer reflects the commitment to service that has been a hallmark of Designer's Resource, Inc., since Barry and Beverly Clarke established the company in 1994.

"Price-competitiveness is a fact of life these days," Barry Clarke said. "Even when providing superior service, price can still be a determining factor. This is why we have begun to guarantee the lowest prices to our Designer clients." But he adds that offering the best price is only the start of operating a successful business, which is complimented by responsive customer service.

With the couple's years of experience and orders numbering in the thousands, their expertise has allowed them to pledge to honor competitor's prices in the unlikely event that their customers find the same item at a lower price. They are confident their pricing discounts, their customer service and their special offers, such as the one on free freight and service are the best available.

"Our customer service is beyond the ordinary," she said. "We consider ourselves to be partners with our designer clients, every step of the way -- experienced, knowledgeable, reliable and efficient. We strive to always provide same day response to inquiries from designers."

He said Designer's Resource, Inc. is also concerned with customer satisfaction during every step of the delivery process. Clarke said that in cases of furniture damage or defect, the company will promptly arrange for a furniture technician to make a service call to the site or order a replacement if the item cannot be repaired.

Clarke said the company can ship directly from furniture manufacturers to any address in the United States, regardless of whether it is a residence, business, receiving warehouse/delivery service or freight forwarder.

The success story that is Designer's Resource, Inc. started 15 years ago when the couple purchased an existing trade showroom in the DCOTA design center in Dania, Florida. The existing showroom represented only Lexington Furniture, but three years later, the business had already outgrown its space after adding other furniture manufacturers along with art, lamps and accessory lines.

The additional items resulted in the opening of a 20,000-square-foot showroom in 1997, that is located a mile from the original location of Designer's Resource, Inc. and operates as "Town, Country and Casual Trade Showrooms" a dba of Designer's Resource, Inc.

Today, the company represents more than 150 furniture lines, in addition to 75 art, lamp and accessory lines and is one of South Florida's largest and most respected "To the Trade" showrooms.

"Our personnel are design industry professionals, with years of experience working as, and with interior designers worldwide. We build strong client relationships," she said. "We are not simply furniture order takers -- we can get as involved with a designer's projects as they wish."

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Great pricing, great service and great selection have taken Town, Country and Casual from humble beginnings in 1994 to the enviable position of being one of Florida's largest and most respected trade showrooms, recently opening a second showroom in Pompano Beach at the former Wholesale Interiors location. The company also has a division catering to the trade nationwide. Promotion Representative of Furniture Showroom’s Success.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 17, 2009 at 1:14 am
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