Mr. Edward Audi, President, and Mrs. Aminy Audi, CEO & Chairman of the Board, cut the ribbon at the White Plains, NY Stickley Audi & Co. showroom, November 7, 2019

Stickley Audi & Co. Celebrates Grand Opening of White Plains Showroom

On November 7, 2019, Stickley Audi & Co. in White Plains, NY celebrated the culmination of a showroom renovation with a grand opening celebration. Attendees included vendor partners, customers, interior designers, Stickley Audi & Co. showroom managers, and representatives from the Stickley corporate office in Manlius, NY.

The White Plains showroom features 55,000 square feet of selling space with over 60 rooms of thoughtfully curated furniture for every living space and every style. The two-story showroom also boasts a custom welcome desk, coffee bar and hospitality area, presentation room, lower level garage parking, and design center. The showroom will serve as the launching ground for Stickley Audi & Co.’s new to-the-trade program and features a private interior designer entrance and parking. Complementary in-home design services will be facilitated by the showroom’s seasoned design professionals. In addition to Stickley, the showroom showcases Century, Bernhardt, Hancock & Moore, Stressless, Hooker Furniture, Lexington Home Brands, American Leather, Theodore Alexander, and other well-known brands.

“As I look at our success, I must acknowledge our team and partners from the industry. I am so very grateful for our vendors and the products they manufacture,” said Mrs. Aminy Audi, CEO and Chairman of the Board of L. & J.G. Stickley. Mr. Edward Audi, President, also recognized the Stickley craftsmen and women and shared his excitement surrounding the renovated showroom.

The showroom is located at 50 Tarrytown Road, White Plains and is open seven days a week. It is one of sixteen Stickley Audi & Co. showrooms across the country.



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