Jasper-based Indiana Furniture Industries Inc. has announced a partnership with an East Coast dealer. The agreement with Corbett Inc. involves locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and New York. April 15, 2015

News Release

JASPER, Ind. (April 15, 2015) – Indiana Furniture is excited to announce their alliance with Corbett Incorporated out of Norristown, Pennsylvania. Together, they bring 190 years of experience to an ever-changing industry.

Corbett Incorporated proudly represents a product line by standing for quality, trusted expertise, and a commitment to customized solutions for their clients. These clients range from Fortune 500 companies to world renowned universities, to nationally ranked health systems, and to federal government institutions. Bill Corbett says, “Going to work is easy when you love what you do.” He attributes the company's success to its youthful spirit. Corbett Incorporated's passion is helping clients create a better work experience. This mirrors Indiana Furniture's vision for dealer partners and clients to experience the Indiana Furniture difference time after time.

“We are very excited to have Bill and his team partner with us,” said Indiana Furniture Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Mike Blessinger. “They are highly productive and able to make a customer's vision a reality with an intense focus on customer satisfaction.”

Corbett Incorporated will cover Eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Southern New Jersey, and Upstate New York for Indiana Furniture.

About Indiana Furniture

Indiana Furniture Industries, Inc., headquartered in Jasper, Indiana for over a century, is committed to providing our customers with office furnishings of the highest standards in quality and craftsmanship. Through advanced information systems and state-of-the-art technology, our company delivers a wide range of environmentally conscious products, styles, and sizes at competitive prices. To learn more, visit www.IndianaFurniture.com.

Source: Indiana Furniture Industries Inc.

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