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By: Gabby H.
Winner Furniture
Love winner furniture! A nice gentlemen joel helped my non speaking English mother ! And gave her a great deal
By: Ralph J.
The Furniture Den
Great customer service with a smile and very reasonable prices and the overall experience was down right pleasent
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By: Olivia B.
Molly Monkey Kid Furniture
Perfect service and went way above and beyond what was necessary to make sure we had the perfect nursery set! Could not recommend anymore!
By: Wendy W.
Molly Monkey Kid Furniture
Fun place! So many beds to choose from. Did a layaway on a bed and mattress. Can't wait to add dresser and shelf later.
By: Karen J.
Louisville Furniture Company
Jerry did a great job helping us. He greeted us and guided us to what we were looking at without pressuring us. He gave us space to discuss and then worked out a price we were happy with. Thanks Jerry!
By: Louis C.
A classy venue to find some unique items and an ever-changing selection. Fair pricing. Nice folks. Highly recommended.
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By: Pamela H.
Ashley HomeStore
i bought an electric reclining sofa and recliner.....april 2014 by dec the couch broke...the reclining mechanism....after mths of fighting it and getting no where the sofa is still broke..just dont use that the leather on the recliner has pulled away looks terrible and 2 small holes in 1 of the arm chairs....i bought an extra warranty because i was told beings i have grand kids and a dog that i would want this because accidents do happen and will need it....well....its 2016 the sofa never got they are telling me the leather pulling away is not covered...REALLY....i paid a fortune for this cheap junk on the sales persons word of this warranty covering everything...if they cant fix it will be guess what Ashely furniture....every time someone ask me about my chair ...i warn them, go any where but ashleys.....THEY DO NOT HONOR THEIR FURNITURE...OR THEIR WORD.........
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By: Melvontae R.
Winner Furniture
I absolutely love this place! By far the best place to go to get high end furniture at an awesome price. My sales person was great! Very friendly and knew exactly what I was looking for! If you ever get a chance please stop by I don't think it's anything that they don't have. Trust me they will be happy to have you #satisfied
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By: Private E.
Winner Furniture
AVOID AT ALL COST! This place and its manager are BOTH ghetto! Furniture and customer service is pitiful!
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By: Samantha R.
Winner Furniture
Horrible place to shop and horrible experience. I will avoid this place at all cost. Unprofessional management, rude, disrespectful and I must say GHETTO!
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