Friday, March 23, 2012


Hertz Furniture, leading school furniture supplier, attended the 66th Annual Conference for the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO). TASBO is a non-profit professional association offering many essential services to its 5,550 members.

As conference participants, Hertz Furniture representatives, including Houston area rep Daniel Goldfine, West Texas rep Shane Ronay, and Eastern Texas rep Gabriel Schwartz, were able to interact personally with current and future customers at the rodeo-themed show. Saul Wagner, president of Hertz Furniture, had an opportunity to meet Texas customers and observe the friendly and easy relationships Hertz’s sales staff share with their local customers, many of whom expressed their appreciation for the added service Hertz Furniture provides along with their quality school furniture.

Mr. Wagner commented, “I was thrilled to have an opportunity to watch Hertz Furniture’s team of dedicated Texas reps in action. In addition to getting to meet their customers, our team had a chance to make connections with many people who were stopping by our booth for the first time. One customer brought several peers over to meet us– what better referral can we get than happy, satisfied customers making introductions? The people of the Texas education community are so friendly it was like a vacation to attend this show.”

Visitors to Hertz Furniture’s four-booth island had a chance to learn about all of the extras Hertz Furniture provides at no charge—Needs Assessments to start a project off right, Product Comparisons and Specification Assistance, Room Layouts in 2D & 3D, and even Custom Furniture Design. Products that were featured included NPS cafeteria tables, available with stools or benches, and now with custom logos to showcase school pride; Academia classroom furniture, including Innovation Desks and Petal Desks for collaborative education, Penco lockers, Russwood library furniture, and Wood Designs Early Education furniture.



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