Saturday, July 25, 2009

" No Credit Check "

Would you like that new mattress and box set or maybe the new sofa and love? It makes no difference what piece of furniture you might need at " The Home Center". I believe that we have a perfect program that will fit into your life style and make it easy for you to have the home furnishings that are best suited for you.

Let me walk you through the program and see if it fits into your life style. The program is designed to be paid off in one year. That way you can never over buy and yet you can start with the room setting that is most important to you. Then, when the first is over you can come back and select the second room. This program also has a 90 day same as cash attached to it, so there is no interest if you pay it off within the 90 days. This just speeds up the process of filling in your home sooner. It makes no difference if you buy only one item or 20. Nor does it make any stipulation as to how much you must spend, that's all up to you.

Here's how it works, you must be employed for six (6) months, have your last paycheck stub, have a drivers licence or photo I.D.. You will have to bring in the last bank statement which must have been open for at least three (3) months with no type of penalty, i.e. overdrafts, we then would send this all of with a small application and they will let us know how large a purchase you are able to make.

There have been times when The Home Centers have been able to process all of the requirement via the fax from the customer. This means you don't even have to leave you home to apply. Wouldn't that make it really easy?

Your new bedroom set, dining set, or whatever you have in mind has just been made so simple for you. Email us a, and we will help to make this a wonderful way to ease your purchases.


As a small family owned company The Home Center not only appreciates small town values, but works diligently to provide the same service to our customers. Which is why we are taking a moment to introduce you to Perdue Woodworks, a manufacture we consider part of The Home Center family.

The Home Center is proud and honored to offer American Made products from a quality company such as Perdue Woodworks. Perdue Woodworks was founded in 1970 by Don and Joan Perdue in Western Montana. Starting out as a small family owned company Perdue Woodworks has now branched out with new facilities and services the entire United States as well as Canada, still under the direct supervision of the Perdue family.

The Home Center has sold Perdue products for over a decade. Perdue offers a wide range of bedroom furniture, as well as a variety of entertainment and office goods. All products are made with such care, every piece is signed by the maker!! Customer service like that is just impossible to find in this day and age. All wood products are made with a combination of pine and wood bi-products in order to produce a better quality, yet still an affordable piece.

We are extremely impressed to receive merchandised signed by the person who produced it at the factory. Not only is every piece signed by hand, but also chemical and water-resistant! All Perdue wood products are laminated with Epoxy to ensure superior water and chemical resistance. The Epoxy seal guarantees a non-bubbling finish when in contact with long term moisture!

Perdue Woodworks not only produces a quality product, but hand delivers their merchandise as another benefit to keep costs down. Perdue trucks readily deliver to their suppliers coast to coast!! Each and every piece is built at the factory, then sent out via Perdue trucks on a weekly basis. There is absolutely no assembly required!! All the work is done for us before we ever receive an item!

What does all of this mean to you the customer? It absolutely means you get a quality piece with no maintenance or labor involved an at an unbelievable savings! Not only is Perdue doing their part by employing hard working Americans, but they are also passing on great value to YOU the customer!

We urge you to check out their web-site, and see for yourself!!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Let The World Spin On Without You...

Does it ever seem like some days just won't end? Like there is always something that has to be done? Something calling your name, something waiting for you to water it, feed it, put it away?

Or a line that is always in front of you, or maybe a list. A list a mile long of chores, an event that must be attend, paper work or bills that must go out. There is always something.

Those days can, and are painful.

And then you have days you wish would last forever. Days where you wake up, and just know in the pit of your stomach that everything will be simple, that you can relax, that the things that usually call your name have been muted for just this one single day. You can breathe, maybe even ease back a little, and take some time for yourself.

Take that car ride you've been wanting to, watch that movie at the theaters, ever a bath that has been well over due. Normally a five to ten minute shower is all you have time for. Well, not today. This day is for you. Take your time, relax in those bubbles, breathe deep and rest easy.

Let the world spin on without you. If we do not take those days every now and then we will fall flat. We will ware ourselves thin, and then no one is happy.

Stress is a factor in everyones life...

We want you all to relax. Don't worry. Take a day for yourselves. Do what you want, whether it be staying in or going out. Just take the day. Walk the little town or big city you live in and see the local sites. Visit stores, museums, water parks, visit things you haven't been able to, or some of your favorite places you have sadly missed out on lately.

Don't ware yourself thin. After all you are the most important person-- to your family, friends, work, even your community!

Let The World Spin On Without You... Even if it's just a day.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Band Together

Working together.That is the best way to keep a company going. A well oiled company talks to each other, bounces idea off each other, relies on one another.

With life as it is now this is the only way we can all keep going. No matter if you are a huge company or a small home town one, it all applies. Working hand in hand, or side by side, is better then working any other way. You want to know that everyone is in it together and that you are not alone out there. Everyone working to their full potential is better then a group of five working at half mass.

I believe that with the way the world is spinning now that it is the best opportunity to lean from each other. Work as we have never done before and come out ahead of this mess that is around all of us.

Sites such as Twitter ( ) is a great example. Everyone talking and communicating ideas and facts to everyone. With how many people are on Twitter, you may get an idea, you personally would have never thought of by yourself. 2 brains is better then one and 100 is better then 10. Lets use the resourses that are out that, and lets turn this economy around!! Lets band together.

Leave me your feed back, and lets talk... I am interested in what you personal have to say and your thoughts on the world as of now!

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Something Catchy-- Joke of The Day!!

Here thought this was pretty cute! You must read!!

The perfect job

My first job was working in an orange juice factory, but I got canned...couldn't concentrate.

After that I tried to be a tailor, but I just wasn't suited for it...mainly because it was a so-so job.

Then I tried to be a chef -- figured it would add a little spice to my life, but I just didn't have the thyme.

Next I tried working in a muffler factory but that was too exhausting.

I managed to get a good job working for a pool maintenance company, but the work was just too draining.

I attempted to be a deli worker, but any way I sliced it, I couldn't cut the mustard.

Then I worked in the woods as a lumberjack, but I just couldn't hack it, so they gave me the ax.

Next was a job in a shoe factory; I tried but I just didn't fit in.

So then I got a job in a workout center, but they said I wasn't fit for the job.

After many years of trying to find steady work I finally got a job as a historian until I realized
there was no future in it.

I studied a long time to become a doctor, but I didn't have any patience.

My best job was being a musician, but eventually I found I wasn't noteworthy.

I became a professional fisherman, but discovered that I couldn't live on my net income.

My last job was working at Starbucks, but I had to quit because it was always the same old grind.


Thank you for the great jokes--