New recliner and mattress store opens


Scott Halasz | News-Current Kelly and Michelle Sullivan cut the ribbon during the grand opening celebration at Recline and Rest. The store carries recliners, petite recliners, swivel rockers, gliders and lift chairs. It also features Amish, made in Ohio, mattresses by Dutch Craft. Holding the ribbon are Beavercreek Chamber President/CEO Ann Upthegrove-Vore (left) and Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone.


Greene County News

BEAVERCREEK — A new reclining furniture and mattress store, Recline and Rest, has opened in Beavercreek in the Beaver Valley Shopping Center, 3345 Seajay Drive.

The store carries recliners, petite recliners, swivel rockers, gliders and lift chairs. It also features Amish, made in Ohio, mattresses by Dutch Craft.

Recline and Rest was created to answer the ever increasing demand for affordable, comfortable furniture.

According to a press release, “The main thing that separates us from other furniture stores is not only do we have large number of in stock items but we also give the customer the option of customizing their selection.”

Store hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. For more information call 937-232-7468. The Beaver Valley Shopping Center is at State Route 35 and North Fairfield Road.

Scott Halasz | News-Current Kelly and Michelle Sullivan cut the ribbon during the grand opening celebration at Recline and Rest. The store carries recliners, petite recliners, swivel rockers, gliders and lift chairs. It also features Amish, made in Ohio, mattresses by Dutch Craft. Holding the ribbon are Beavercreek Chamber President/CEO Ann Upthegrove-Vore (left) and Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_DSC_3350.jpgScott Halasz | News-Current Kelly and Michelle Sullivan cut the ribbon during the grand opening celebration at Recline and Rest. The store carries recliners, petite recliners, swivel rockers, gliders and lift chairs. It also features Amish, made in Ohio, mattresses by Dutch Craft. Holding the ribbon are Beavercreek Chamber President/CEO Ann Upthegrove-Vore (left) and Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone.

Story courtesy of Recline and Rest.

Story courtesy of Recline and Rest.

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