Ashley donates $2 million to hurricane relief

Company working on local relief efforts

ARCADIA, Wis., Ashley Furniture is assisting with relief efforts for the catastrophic Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Hurricane Irma in Florida by contributing products and subsidizing discounts with a combined retail value of over $1 million, in each state.Ashley Furniture donates to hurricane relief

"Like the rest of America, we were shaken by the images coming from Texas and Florida during and after the two storms," says Todd Wanek, president and CEO, Ashley Furniture. "Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with the victims during this difficult time."

Residents that have been impacted by the storms should contact their closest Ashley HomeStore for additional information on this contribution. 

Ashley is currently working with local relief organizations and Ashley HomeStores in the following locations: in Texas, the Houston metro, Corpus Christi, Victoria, Beaumont and Nederland, and in Florida, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Orlando, Jacksonville, Naples/Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers and Miami.

Additionally, Ashley employees across the nation, corporate offices and manufacturing and distribution facilities, along with our national sales force, are holding a flood drive to gather food and personal hygiene items as well as monetary donations. 

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