C.A. Hoitt Company celebrates 125 years of fine home furnishings and unparalleled customer service



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In 1880, Charles A. Hoitt proudly opened the doors of the C. A. Hoitt Company on Elm Street and wholeheartedly committed to providing Manchester’s residents with the finest selection of quality home furnishings, the most competitive prices, and the best customer service. In 2005, though the location may have changed, C. A. Hoitt Company remains dedicated to the same commitment to selection, value, and customer service Mr. Hoitt made to New Hampshire’s residents 125 years ago. Visitors to this cornerstone of Manchester business will find the furnishings of more than 50 of the nation’s most well known manufacturers, including Thomasville, Harden, Sherrill Upholstery, Hancock and Moore, Howard Miller and New England’s own Nichols & Stone. From sleigh beds and sofas to office furniture and occasional tables, C. A. Hoitt Company has a seemingly endless selection of furniture in styles from traditional to contemporary displayed in three floors of inspired vignettes complete with carefully selected rugs, lamps, art, and accessories all available for purchase. And, true to Mr. Hoitt’s vow more than a century ago, the sales staff of C. A. Hoitt Company remains comprised of friendly and knowledgeable individuals committed to making every customer’s experience - whether buying a single piece of furniture or furnishing an entire home - a pleasant one. Today, C. A. Hoitt Company stands proudly as the oldest furniture store in America and excited to celebrate its quasiquicentennial (125th anniversary) with the city and customers that helped it become a success. To learn more about this Manchester landmark or to experience for yourself the tradition of excellence begun by Charles Hoitt 125 years ago, visit C. A. Hoitt Company on the corner of Valley and Wilson Streets in Manchester on Monday, Thursday, and Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.; and Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

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