Regulatory Summit features HFA members’ safety initiatives

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Furniture tip-over will be examined from the retailer’s perspective at the American Home Furnishings Alliance Regulatory Summit Oct. 2-3 in Colfax, N.C. The Home Furnishings Association will play a prominent role in the event.

Greg Crowley

Greg Crowley, owner of HFA member Crowley Furniture & Mattress, makes safety a part of the culture at his three Kansas City, Mo.-area stores. In addition, his business has a close bond with Charlie’s House, a local nonprofit dedicated to making homes safer for children. Together, Crowley and Charlie’s House are working hard to prevent tip-over accidents.

HFA member City Furniture of Tamarac, Fla., conducts its own furniture stability testing under the UL Verification program. Jameson Dion, managing director of global sourcing for City Furniture, and Greg Crowley both will discuss the important issue of tip-over prevention at the Regulatory Summit. You can register to attend here at the HFA member rate of $199.

To read more about Crowley’s commitment to safety and its partnership with Charlie’s House, see our next Government Relations newsletter coming later this week. For more government relations news, check out the association blog.

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