Hank's Fine Furniture
Since opening its doors in 1975, Hank's Fine Furniture has offered quality service and goods at unbeatable prices. Company founder Hank Browne opened the first store with the motto "for everyone, for less." Hank's Fine Furniture provides affordable well-crafted furniture with no customer assembly required. Based in Sherwood, Arkansas, Hank's Fine Furniture has grown to 14 stores in five states.
A leader in the retail furniture industry, Hank's Fine Furniture places the customer first. The furniture company is known for supporting local charities as well as its friendly service, as can be seen from the positive customer testimonials featured on its website. The company was also voted "best of the best" by readers of the Arkansas Times and the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Each showroom offers superior quality furniture at competitive prices.
The furniture chain offers a variety of shopping experiences, from the traditional furniture showrooms at the Hank's & More Fine Furniture location in West Little Rock, Arkansas, to a new environmentally conscious superstore in Rogers, Arkansas. The Rogers location was opened in late 2010 and has been honored by the City of Rogers for its eco-friendly design. Hank's Fine Furniture also operates half-price outlets in Bentonville and Searcy, Arkansas. Each store location stocks top-brand merchandise, including designer names such as Paula Deen Home, Henredon, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Lexington, Thomasville, and Drexel Heritage. Merchandise may also be viewed at the company's user-friendly website, HanksFurniture.com.
An active supporter of worthy causes, the fine furniture company pledged $20,000 in November 2011 to the Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. In October 2011, the company continued its annual participation in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, lending the support of six team members and sponsoring a mattress give away. Hank's Fine Furniture has also donated a generous portion of store profits to the Children's Miracle Network, which operates hospitals in four states.