Pearland Furniture Closing After 37 Years

Pearland Furniture, which has been serving the greater Houston area with quality furniture and bedding for 37 years, is going out of business and holding a million-dollar-plus sales event, located at 1013 N. Main St., beginning Aug. 1.

Founded in 1977 by Nita Qualtrough and Lucille Stough, Pearland Furniture was sold in 1991 to John Dixon. In 2001, Jim Griffiths, who had been serving as manager since 1997, bought the store. He has owned and operated Pearland Furniture since that time, with Judy Richardson and Melanie Thurmond serving as associates with the store.

According to Griffiths, Pearland Furniture is closing due to economic pressures caused by the 2008 recession as well as a four-year road construction project in the area, which has impacted traffic flow on Highway 35 near Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Parkway).

Known for quality merchandise at affordable prices, Pearland Furniture sells furniture and bedding products from well-known brands such as Broyhill, Ashley, Howard Miller, Catnapper, Crown Mark, Hooker, Lane, Pulaski, Riverside and King Koil. A huge selection of product will be available during the sale, with discounts of up to 50 percent off accessories.

“Over the years, Pearland Furniture has become the greater Houston area’s destination for stylish, quality furnishings at an exceptional value,” said Griffiths. “Whether you’re looking for a living room, bedroom, dining room or home office, we have it all.”

This sale event offers customers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy brand furniture at going-out-of-business prices, Griffiths added. “With our no-pressure sale approach, we’re confident that you will feel comfortable shopping in our warm and friendly atmosphere. We invite everyone to come take advantage of drastic discounts in our tents while they last.”

Products are being offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

The store’s website is located at www.pearlandfurniture.net.

Source: The Pearland Journal

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