“Some people never get a career they love. I was lucky enough to get two.” Before life landed Art Hunt at City Furniture, he spent 25 years as a musician. A member of an R&B band named The Force, they…
Cancer survivor Randy Whiteside has a pretty simple formula for staying happy. The Lead Upholstery Associate at our Kevin Charles factory in Mississippi, where he’s affectionately known as “Smurf,” he beat colon cancer in his early 30s—and he’s been focused on keeping stress to a minimum ever since.
When Service Team Leader Gerald Williams had to end his NFL career due to injury, he knew he needed a new plan. And with his passions including sports and giving back, he and his wife founded G1 Sports Support.
As a talented former college football player, Dannon Monroe knows a thing or two about recruiters. And today, he’s the one doing the recruiting for City Furniture.
When fleet director Dave Clevenger set out to find a greener fuel for City Furniture’s delivery trucks, he had no idea he’d be at the forefront of an industry revolution.
As the first snow of the season was falling on Thanksgiving Day in 2014, our art director Kanan F. Whited IV traded in the bitter cold of Manhattan for the sunny skies of South Florida. Happy to leave his coats behind, one thing that did make the trip was his charitable spirit.
When Jen and Robert first met in 2005, neither had any idea they would be planning their wedding eleven years later.
You could say it was Kevin Charlton’s calling to become a youth football coach to disadvantaged children. A former football player himself, Kevin’s first round of coaching started at age 27. After taking a break, he felt a pull a few years ago to go back—only his nightshift schedule prevented him from making it happen. So Kevin tapped into his spiritual side, resolving that if his work hours changed, it would be a sign to start coaching again. One month later, he got switched from nights to days.
This holiday season, DJ Piquion is prepared to give the greatest gift of all—serving our country. Current operations team leader and army reserves soldier, DJ knew he wanted to join the military since the age of five.