|By PR Newswire||
|July 31, 2014 03:32 PM EDT||
This summer, renewing your living room is worth a lot more. BoConcept has joined Chapman Partnership to help less fortunate families furnish their new space and everyone can be part of it. Customers can receive UP TO $1,000 to use towards a new sofa when they bring in pictures of their old couch for an appraisal. And BoConcept will take care of delivering the old couch to its new home at Chapman!
"BoConcept is a worldwide brand, but we are new to South Florida. When we opened the doors to our Brickell showroom last October, we knew that one of the things we wanted was to be community minded. For months we have been looking at local charities that we could partner with and Chapman Partnership was just the perfect fit for us," said Carlos Rojas, BoConcept Miami franchisee. "What we do best is furniture so when we learned that Chapman helps find stable housing for those who have been less fortunate, we wanted to create a program that we could really help with."
When a family is ready to move on from Chapman Partnership and live independently, there are many things they need, including furniture and household items. "Chapman Partnership is honored to partner with BoConcept on their summer promotion in helping our residents with furniture items such as sofas as they move out on their own. These are the items that make a house a home," said Grace Ugalde-Wolpert, Chapman Partnership Community Outreach Manager.
BoConcept offers customized, coordinated and affordable design furniture and accessories. Their products are customized, because they can be fitted to the needs and dreams of their customers through the in-home consultation program. They are coordinated because they take a holistic approach in the development and design of their product range for all spaces. They include design because they are a design company with their own designers. And they are affordable because they want to spoil their customers by giving them great value.
Media contact: Jennifer Diliz, 786-615-5200, [email protected]
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