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Rent-A-Center Teams with ChargeAfter, Expands Preferred Lease Retail Partner Base

Rent-A-Center, Inc. (NASDAQ: RCII) has announced a partnership with ChargeAfter that will allow retailers to add the "Preferred Lease" lease-to-own option to ChargeAfter’s consumer point of sale financing solution, providing greater flexibility for customers whether they want to buy or lease retail items.

Montgomery’s Buys Malchows Home Furnishings

South Dakota-based home furnishings resource Montgomery’s has announced its purchase of Malchows Home Furnishings in Aberdeen, S.D., forming a strong partnership between two long-time family-owned furniture stores by combining over 200 years of experience in fine home furnishings.

Southerland Looks to Expand Workforce

As sleep shops and furniture retailers around the country re-open, mattress producer Southerland has announced it is looking to add 10 percent to its workforce at all its facilities to keep up with demand.

Ashley HomeStore and Deshaun Watson Team up for Local Summer Reading Challenge

Ashley HomeStore and Deshaun Watson, NFL quarterback and number four on the Houston Texans, have partnered to encourage Houston-area children to read four books this summer for the chance to meet the star quarterback and win a $5,000 Ashley HomeStore room makeover for their families.

Macy’s to Cut 3,900 Jobs

In an effort to reduce costs, Macy’s has announced it is reducing its workforce 3% by cutting 3,900 corporate jobs, according to a report from CNBC.

Ekornes to Unveil New Relocated Showroom in October

Ekornes, Inc. has announced its new Stressless showroom location at 220 Elm in High Point, NC. The company will show in space 110 at 220 Elm for the first time in October 2020.

American Freight Donates $100K in Products to Fire Stations

To celebrate the July 4th holiday, American Freight (formerly Sears Outlet) has announced its donation of over $100,000 in appliances and furniture items to fire stations across the country.

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