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Magnolia Office Offers Reduced Prices on Reception Seating

During the month of September businesses can acquire two upscale and attractive reception seating sets from Magnoliaoffice.com at large cost reductions.

Sep 25 2013, 3:44pm CDT | by PR.com

Los Angeles, CA, September 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Magnoliaoffice.com, a national office furniture and equipment store, has developed a cost-reduction program to service its small to medium size business customers.

In addition to offering a wide array of office seating at greatly reduced prices, the company has monthly reductions on selected items.

During the month of September Magnoliaoffice.com offers two leather reception seating sets for less than normal costs.

Both sets include a sofa, love seat and lounge chair. You can save over 60% if you purchase this month.

The HERCULES Button Tufted Black Contemporary Leather Reception set includes 1 each: sofa, love seat, chair, and ottoman, and the Imperial Series includes a sofa, love seat and chair. Both sets are upholstered with Black LeatherSoft Upholstery, which is a durable material blending leather and polyurethane, providing softness and lasting comfort. Both feature CA117 Fire Retardant Foam for safety.

The Imperial series is designed with sloping arms, a gently curved back, and cherry stained wood legs with sturdy hardwood construction for a classic look with a clean contemporary flair. The cherry legs compliment the black leather fixed cushions. This series adds an elegant look that fits with most office environments.

With a retail price of $2,095.00, this set is offered for 60% off.

The HERCULES Button Tufted Black Contemporary Leather Reception series offers a total modern look, with contemporary button tufted back and seat, removable, foam-filled cushions, gorgeous designer curved-leg styling, with a polished stainless steel frame. This series is made from eco-friendly materials as well.

Normally selling for $3,628, the Hercules Button-Tufted Black Contemporary Leather Reception set is available from MagnoliaOffice.com for under $1,400.

For businesses operating on a budget, these sets are ideal solutions for creating an upscale look.

More information is available at www.MagnoliaOffice.com.

Contact Information:
Magnolia Office
Licia Wolf
310 447 1309
Contact via Email
www.magnoliaoffice.com

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