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5 tips to Increase Trust with Online Shoppers

The HFA TeamApr 17, 2017
Current News

Do your customer’s think you’re trustworthy? Do online reviews really make a difference? Let me get to the point, with an emphatic yes. Consumers absolutely use reviews as part of their online research efforts–and the quality of the reviews materially impacts businesses. Just consider: 89% of consumers viewed online sources


Using Portable Ladders Safely

The HFA TeamApr 10, 2017
The HFA Store

For any professional or retail organization, the use of portable ladders will eventually come into play on the showroom floor or out in the warehouse. Even when it comes to careers in the Marine, something like Wet Steps ladders play a big part in relation to docking boats. No matter


HFA Announces Next Generation Leadership Immersion Experience Program at Hudson’s Furniture, Sanford, Florida.

The HFA TeamApr 7, 2017
Current News

  Contact: Dan McCann 800-422-3778 DMccann@myhfa.org   Roseville, CA  (April 3, 2017) – The Home Furnishings Association (HFA) announces the next location for its Leadership Immersion program, offering one-of-kind visits with best in class retailers. The Next Generation members of HFA have the opportunity to apply and qualify for the


Top 5 Warehouse Tools Every Furniture Operations Needs

The HFA TeamApr 6, 2017
The HFA Store

There’s something exciting about outfitting a warehouse. Maybe it’s the prospect of creating an efficient workspace buzzing with activity. Or maybe it’s the idea of keeping your staff “stoked” and stocked with the equipment that makes their job easier and safer. Whatever the reason, your warehouse is a sacred place,


New Guidance for California’s Prop 65

The HFA TeamJan 26, 2017
Policy Matters - Government Relations

January 26, 2017 California’s Prop 65 requires businesses with 10 or more employees to provide a clear and reasonable warning before knowingly and intentionally exposing individuals to chemicals that the state says cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. While the primary burden to warn consumers falls on manufacturers, Prop 65 applies


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