American Freight

With 65 locations in the United States, American Freight Inc. provides consumers an alternative to expensive furniture retailers. By acquiring unclaimed freight goods, closeouts, cancelled orders, and buyouts, American Freight continues to offer customers high-quality home furnishing at significantly lower prices than its competitors do.

The first American Freight store opened in 1983 in Lima, Ohio, and the company now operates out of 13 states, including Alabama, Wisconsin, New York, Florida, and Indiana. At no-nonsense furniture and mattress warehouses, shoppers may choose from brands such as Serta, Stewart & Hamilton Fine Luxury Sleep, Crown Mark, Dr. Marvin's Sleep Products, Worthington House Furniture, and Therapedic International. Emphasizing quality as well as cost efficiency, American Freight extends aesthetically pleasing options for many areas of the home. The retailer presents an extensive catalog of mattresses in all sizes as well as bedroom sets that feature items like elegant headboards, matching dressers, and complementary mirrors. Additionally, the stores offer furniture for children's rooms, including themed sets and bunk beds. For the living room, the company presents a variety of affordable sectional couches, love seats, and recliners. American Freight also attracts customers with its dining room options. Whether seeking a high table complete with bar stools or a classic cherrywood dining table that seats five, shoppers have often found the products they want at a price they can manage.

Dedicated to its clientele for almost 20 years, American Freight also strives to support communities in numerous ways, and the business donates to charitable institutions such as the Save the Children Federation, Inc.; Doctors Without Borders; and Building Homes for Heroes.