Huffman Koos: 50 Years and Still Going Strong

by Henri Yunes March 27, 2015

Macy's, Sears, General Motors, Kraft, Heinz, Boeing, Xerox, what do all these diverse and highly successful businesses have in common? Longevity. You see, the chances of a business being successful and staying in business for over 50 years are very, very slim. In fact, only around 24.6 percent of businesses make it to their 16th birthday, let alone 50th. So, what does 50 years of business longevity mean for you, the customer? Well, it means everything.

50 years is a promise. It promises quality, character, and satisfaction. It means that for over 50 years that business has not only done right by their customers, but has stuck to its values even when no one was watching. A business that has survived for over 50 years has had to choose during those tough make-or-break moments, and each time it’s chosen correctly and held on. A business still going strong after 50 years has made the daily pursuit of perfection part of its corporate culture even when times, methods, and perspectives change.

That's why at Huffman Koos, we're proud to say that we've been in business for over 50 years. It’s a badge of honor, a sign that we've kept our customers happy and returning for half a century. We know furniture and we know how to help you get the look you want for your home. We're industry experts and we've proven it time and time again. So when you're looking for quality, selection, and expertise, Huffman Koos is there to make your house feel like home.




Henri Yunes
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