Rise and shine. Good morning 3ringers. We're going to quickly (in fact, very quickly) touch on politics, after all, we are in Illinois, home of the Obama himself. I'd like to point everyone to Kittinger Furniture Company, a manufacturer that hails from Buffalo, NY and is often credited as one of the world's finest manufacturers of traditional American furniture. How can we be sure of this? They design and manufacture much of the furniture we see in our very own White House (or is it George and Laura's White House?). We're not going to ask you whom you're voting for, because from where I am standing no matter who wins I think the entire country would agree we're moving in a better direction than our current heading these past eight years. So speaking from an individual who tends to mostly be politically apathetic, I'd say we're positioned for a win-win situation either way.
Anyways, the furniture piece I'd like to draw attention to is the Eclipse table, a collection of award winning multi-media conference room furniture. I mean it has a plasma screen rising out of the table - that does it for me!
Movingui Satinwood illuminates the field. Solid mahogany and reversed knife-edge banding (with brushed stainless steel inlay) gives a striking contrast. Additionally, as hinted at above, the multi-media conveniences are incorporated into the design, including a pop-up plasma screen, which allows you to utilize the latest technology without redesigning an entire office.
Kittinger is somewhat in a league of their own, and certainly stands tall amongst the many NeoCon exhibitors. Be sure to visit them today on our final day here in Chicago to learn more about furniture (and politics).