11/04/2008

Charles Stewart Contract Launches New Web Site

 

HICKORY, NC - Charles Stewart Contract, a manufacturer of custom contract seating options for upscale corporate, hospitality and institutional environments, has launched a newly designed Web site to support sales, marketing and customer service efforts.
 
The Web site, located at www.charlesstewartcontract.com, will offer clients a new way to choose from hundreds of design combinations by browsing through frame and fabric catalogs or selecting from a wide array of pre-designed pieces.

"The new Web site is one of many ways we can help our customers in the contract furniture upholstery market find the piece of furniture that best meets their needs," explains Mel Kelly, vice president of sales for Charles Stewart Contract. "And, if they need more options, the Web site is a good place to learn more about our custom contract furniture design and manufacturing capabilities."

Charles Stewart Contract is a new division of the Charles Stewart Company, which has been supplying high quality upholstery products to residential furniture designers for more than 20 years. The new division will work with corporate specifiers, interior designers, dealers and architectural firms.

In addition to product and custom design information, the site will include company news and links that customers and others in the industry may find useful.

To contact Charles Stewart Contract, call 828-342-7065 or visit www.charlesstewartcontract.com.

About Charles Stewart Contract
Charles Stewart Contract is a division of the Charles Stewart Company in Hickory, NC, dedicated to commercial furnishings. Products include well coordinated lounge seating, guest chairs, benches, dining chairs, bar stools, and classic executive sofas and desk chairs. For more information, visit
www.charlesstewartcontract.com.

 

 
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