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    Furniture Dealers in Marshall

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    Business Listing   Banks Electrical & Appliance Service - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-8346

    Business Listing   Better Homes & Bargains Furniture & Gifts - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-5880

    Business Listing   Drake's Upholstery - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-9036

    Business Listing   Harlin Floorcovering Service - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 831-0917

    Business Listing   Hartley Furniture Galleries - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-5611

    Business Listing   Newton Leonard - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-5383

    Business Listing   Silverthorn's Best Brands Plus - Marshall, MO - Phone: (660) 886-5588

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    Helpful Definition for: Furniture Dealers

    Furniture dealers in Marshall are the individuals whose functions include- delivery of the ordered furniture in satisfactory, damage-free condition; completeness and accuracy of product deliveries; timeliness of product deliveries; overall quality of product lines; product quality; customer service support; meeting lead time requirements for quick ship products; value of product lines; taking care of client's expectations & product margins.

    Moreover, these dealers in Marshall have a professional in-house design support team that will provide the clients with the best and most cost effective layout, not only to satisfy their present staffing demands, but also to help them plan ahead. The furniture dealers provide their clients with a low cost, high quality alternative to high priced furniture systems.

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