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Suzie Roberts,

Vice President of Glen Raven

Burlington, NC

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “Our industry is a very close group, and reading Hearth & Home is a great way to stay current on all that is happening in our markets. Hearth & Home covers all segments of the industry, and provides an in-depth discussion on the challenges and successes of the industry. It’s a must-read!”

Phil Squarie,

President of Luxe Furniture Co. / Luxe BBQ Co.

Winnipeg
CA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “It’s the best place to gauge the temperature of the industry; there’s nothing better than Hearth & Home for that. I love the ‘new products’ in there as well.”

Susan Kiley,

Retail Owner of Bay Breeze Patio

Destin, FL

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “Good new product reviews. Nice balance between Hearth and Patio. Relevant demographic information.”

Chris Price,

Regional Sales Manager of Sunbrella

Athens, GA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “I enjoy reading Richard’s ‘Perspective,’ and learning about the hearth and barbecue industries. I especially like reading the September casual show issue, specifically the ‘Sitting Pretty’ article to learn what the furniture manufacturers are thinking.

“I love the retailer comments, as sometimes there are true gems in the candid musings. I also like the fact that Richard, Jackie, and Tom have been together so long; they’ve created a lot of trust and good will.”

Jeni Forman,

Senior Vice President, U.S. Sales & Marketing, Dealer & Wholesale of Hearth & Home Technologies

Lakeville, MN

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “I enjoy reading Hearth & Home magazine because it highlights so many people and businesses who are passionate about the hearth business. The spotlights on businesses, articles on trends in product categories, and the insights on market conditions are some of my favorite elements.”

David Leung,

President of RATANA International

Vancouver
CA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:Hearth & Home has been my go-to source for news and business developments in the hearth and outdoor furniture industry. It covers trends, news, new products, and business developments in the hearth, barbecue, and patio furniture industries.”

Gregg and Keith Guidry,

Owner & Manager of Percy Guidry Manufacturing, Percy Guidry Hearth & Patio, Cajun Grill

Lafayette, LA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:

Gregg: “As a retail manager, the main reason to read Hearth & Home is to see the new products and trends. Also, to learn better ways to market, display, train sales staff, expand offerings, etc. To read what’s working in other markets, implement it, and see your company prosper is the greatest feeling.

“From a manufacturer’s point of view, the retailer has the pulse on the U.S. consumer, their wants and don’t wants. The retailer highlight articles are great resources. Hearth & Home also aids me in product design, where to expand, and where to eliminate.”

Keith: “Keeping up-to-date with current topics and products. H&H always has great content on marketing and suggestions on how to compete in this ever-changing marketplace.”

Dan Bonar,

Director of Sales & Marketing of ICC Industrial Chimney Company

Montréal, Québec

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:Hearth & Home feels like it really has its finger on the industry’s pulse. Reading it gives me insight into my competition, my customers, and the industry as a whole. The industry numbers are helpful in planning, and it’s always exciting to see our products on the back cover!”

Karen Galindo,

Owner of Outside in Style

Austin, TX

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “Articles are always on point with an eye to truthful reporting, not advertorial BS. Hearth & Home hits key issues and does not sugar-coat the truth. It shares openly and honestly the issues facing the industry today. It publishes a variety of news that is pertinent to all aspects of the industry. It’s real journalism. Plus, they are huge industry supporters.”

Pamela Clark,

Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Gloster

Durham, NC

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “I like to know who is doing what. The published results of its surveys and studies show that it is a serious magazine. Lastly, I am still a consumer who enjoys the ads!”