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Table 1: What and Why is Mersman Today?
Question Best Answer Response Reference
Why did Mersman develop this site? Will Somers Many people contributed to the successful history of Mersman and Waldron Furniture 1977-1990. This site is to recognize them and their efforts.

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Are Mersman products available today? Will Somers Many antique stores and dealers have Mersman products, and they can be found on line. A few new Mersman products are made and sold each year, and production will be expanded based on interest. Mersman Today!
What is the overall Mersman site? Will Somers See this reference for Mersman living room wall units, tables and upholstered furniture Mersman site
Where can I find out more about Mersman Furniture History? Will Somers Explore this site and the history pages included. Look on Instagram for pictures of Mersman Furniture, which may lead to additional historical information. Mersman History
Where can one find a complete list of Mersman products, with pictures and years produced for identification information? Will Somers Try the catalog pages shown on the site listed to the right. As additional product photos, price lists and product information can be added, we will post that as well Mersman Products
Where were Mersman products manufactured? Will Somers Mersman wood and upholstered products were manufactured in Celina, Ohio, Eupora, Mississippi, Waldron, Arkansas, and Middletown, New Jersey, and sold by over 20,000 furniture and department stores nationwide, including the independently owned Comfortables © Stores Mersman Waldron Plants
Where were Mersman products sold Will Somers Mersman wood and upholstered products were manufactured in Celina, Ohio, Eupora, Mississippi, Waldron, Arkansas, and Middletown, New Jersey, and sold by over 20,000 furniture and department stores nationwide, including the independently owned Comfortables © Stores Mersman Dealers
What can be expected in 2015 and beyond? Will Somers New production will all be at domestic US locations, in "green" factories, and using completely sustainable forest products. Mersman Future


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