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Ashley News Update!
Ashley Virtual Market: The training platform is currently available, which you’ll see when you log in to Ashley Direct. The HomeStore showroom is anticipated to be ready this Friday, May 7th, 2021.
Product Catalog 2.0: This goes LIVE for everyone (including customers) May 4th, 2021.
Ashley Direct landing page redesign: This goes LIVE for everyone (including customers) May 4th, 2021. As a reminder, below is a screen shot of what it will look like. Please help give customers a heads-up so they don’t get confused when greeted with a new look when they log in tomorrow.
Ashley Furniture Employees Make Significant Donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
ECRU, Miss. – Employees from four of Ashley Furniture Industries’ Mississippi locations recently made a generous donation of $19,742 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. This donation was made possible through Ashley’s “Dollar a Week” program and was raised through employee contributions to support one of the leading children’s research hospitals in the United States. The furniture manufacturer has facilities in Ecru, Ripley, Saltillo and Verona. In total, Ashley employees have contributed $195,814 toward this cause since 2012.
The donation was presented to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital during the St. Jude Radiothon on January 21-22.
Ashley Furniture Donates $150,000 to Local School Districts to Support Robotics Education
ARCADIA, Wis. – This school year, more than 1,500 students will have the opportunity to expand their creativity and critical thinking skills through donated funds by Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. (Ashley). Area school districts, near Ashley’s advanced manufacturing and distribution facilities, were awarded with $130,000 to enhance the offerings of robotics instruction throughout all grade levels in the states of Mississippi, North Carolina and Wisconsin.
At the beginning of the school year, Schuylkill Valley School District, in Leesport, Pennsylvania, also received a $20,000 donation from Ashley, to begin their middle school robotics program.