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American Freight Furniture and Mattress Opens in Syracuse, New York!

American Freight Furniture and Mattress is proud to announce the opening of a second store in New York. The new store will open in Syracuse, joining the Buffalo location, and will be located at 2410 Erie Blvd East in Syracuse. The 12,000 square foot store will contain a variety of furniture and mattress sets, at
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Grand Opening of Livonia, MI American Freight Store on May 7th!

American Freight Furniture Opens Second Store in Michigan New discount furniture store opens in the Livonia Area American Freight Furniture and Mattress is opening their newest discount furniture store in the state of Michigan, on May 7, 2008. The new location will be at 283000 Schoolcraft Rd. in Livonia. The 24,000square foot store contains a
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American Freight Furniture Opens in South Daytona, Florida!

American Freight Furniture Opens Eighth Store in Florida New discount furniture store will open in South Daytona  American Freight Furniture and Mattress is opening their eighth discount furniture store in South Daytona, Florida, on December 5, 2007. This new store will be located at 3350 S. Ridgewood Ave, in Port Orange. The 27,400 square foot
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First American Freight Store in Tennessee, Opening in Chattanooga!

American Freight Furniture Opens First Store in Tennessee New discount furniture store will open in Chattanooga American Freight Furniture and Mattress is opening a new discount furniture store in the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee on September 11th, 2007. The store is located at 6242 Perimeter Drive. The store is 42,000 square feet and contains a
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First Michigan American Freight Furniture Store Opens in Grand Rapids!

American Freight Furniture Opens First Store in Michigan New discount furniture store in Grand Rapids American Freight Furniture and Mattress is proud to announce the opening of their first store in Michigan. The new store will open in Grand Rapids and will be located at 3125 Lake Eastbrook Blvd. S.E. in Grand Rapids. The 28,000
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