Hank’s Fine Furniture, headquartered in Sherwood, Arkansas, has continued to grow since Hank Browne opened the business in 1975. Operating 14 stores in Arkansas and 4 other states, the company has flourished, opening its latest facility, the eco-friendly, award-winning Hank’s & More Fine Furniture Super Store in Rogers, Arkansas, in late 2010. The store’s prototype in Little Rock opened in 2008. Hank’s Fine Furniture also recently remodeled its Texarkana, Texas, store, adding 12,000 square feet to the showroom.
The newest, expanded showrooms of Hank’s Fine Furniture include individual galleries devoted to top the work of top designers and manufacturers, earning the stores the new name of Hank’s & More Fine Furniture. The Rogers site gained the additional “Super Store” tag by virtue of its 92,000-square-foot size. Visitors to the company’s website,hanksfurniture.com, can view the galleries, including ensembles by Kincaid, Lexington, Henredon, and Bernhardt. The Hank’s Fine Furniture website also offers a number of decorating, cleaning, and purchasing tips as well as promotions and financing information.
The buyers for Hank’s Fine Furniture visit several markets annually and remain current with the latest trends and styles worldwide, purchasing from more than a dozen different countries. By buying in huge volume, the company receives considerable savings, which Hank’s Fine Furniture passes on to customers. Maintaining its founder’s focus on providing exceptional customer service while delivering quality products at the lowest prices, the business has consistently won readers’ choice polls, including two recent regional Best of the Best honors.
Committed to a sustainable planet, Hank’s Fine Furniture invested in a machine to compact Styrofoam for recycling and in compacting technology to reduce cardboard and plastic for reuse. The company’s newest stores include energy-saving technologies in plumbing, heating, air conditioning, roofing, and lighting. The carpets exceed environmental regulations, landscaping consumes less water, and parking-lot construction minimized the use of asphalt. In other commendable efforts, Hank’s Fine Furniture has donated more than $600,000 to hospitals in the Children’s Miracle Network.