Gigley, Chris
April 2012
Casual Living;Apr2012, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p71
Trade Publication
The article highlights profile of Van Gorders' Furniture in northeast Pennsylvania owned by Scott Van Gorder and operated together with Scott's three sons. Initially, Van Gorders had a 15,000-square-foot furniture showroom in old National Hotel built in 1860 in downtown Honesdale. Van Gorder's Hawley store located along US-6 on the northern tip of Lake Wallenpaupack has reportedly a vacation lodge look with a rustic product mix like Telescope Casual Furniture, Lloyd/Flanders and Breezesta.


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