Even on Madison Avenue...

Even on Madison Avenue...

Even on Madison Avenue...

It's funny to see where our tables pop up.

This table sighting isn't all that big of a surprise, but I certainly think it's noteworthy. We have a long-standing partnership with Hunter Public Relations out of New York City. Hunter PR handles all of our media realtions, large-scale media programs and helps us get the word out about our brand and our products. They are in the midst of remodeling their corporate offices in Manhattan, and their current workspace is -- to say it mildly -- a bit fragmented. They have had to make do with our fine products as their conference room tables. It seems to be working out just fine.

We'll be heading out there in a few weeks to plan for our 2009 strategy, and although I hope their offices are finished, it would be fun to sit in a big, prestigious PR office on Madison Avenue talking about our company while sitting at one of our own white tables. Maybe it will inspire us.

You are welcome to inspire us as well...if you have an idea for a promotion or PR activity for our line tables and chairs, leave us a comment.

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