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Hanks Fine Furniture emphasizes value in every aspect of its business practice, a focus that sets the enterprise apart as the definitive leader in a notably competitive industry. The company has grown markedly under the supervision of Founder and President Hank Browne, expanding from its first flagship showroom in Sherwood, Arkansas to nine additional statewide outlets, as well as locations in Texas, Missouri, Alabama, and Florida. With several newly remodeled, spacious galleries showcasing leading brands such as Thomasville, Drexel, Bernhardt, Lexington, and the Paula Deen Home Collection, Hank’s Fine Furniture has become the go-to source for top-of-the-line furnishings and home accessories priced to beat the competition.

Formed in 1975, the Hank’s Fine Furniture has always channeled a great deal attention toward earning customer loyalty through actionable measures, a focus that led Hank Browne to develop an innovative Verified Valued Pricing (VVP) system and create an unmatched warranty program with options to purchase supplemental insurance for a nominal fee. Mr. Browne’s dedication to his customers generates decidedly positive reciprocity, earning the organization distinction as a regional “Best of the Best” furniture store, among numerous other accolades. In addition to winning a host of people’s choice awards year after year, Hank’s Fine Furniture boasts the greatest percentage of returning clients in the furniture sales industry.

Bolstering its exceptional warranty policies with a “Double the Difference” low price guarantee, Hank’s Fine Furniture often organizes promotional events to clear way for new inventory. Individuals who want to learn about upcoming sales, obtain coupons, or acquire a subscription to the company’s newsletter can do so by joining the Home Place Furniture Network (HPFN) Group. Visit twitter.com/hanksfurniture  to learn more about HPFN membership. Family owned and operated since day one, Hank’s Fine Furniture proves that a simple recipe for success yields optimal results across the board.

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