As Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress celebrates 12 years of sharing the best of BC furnishings with customers across the Central Island, Parry Gallagher and the team thank the community for supporting local.

As Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress celebrates 12 years of sharing the best of BC furnishings with customers across the Central Island, Parry Gallagher and the team thank the community for supporting local.

12th anniversary celebration brings savings for every room in the home

Local furniture showroom shares the best of BC

When it’s your anniversary, you want to celebrate. And if you’re Parry Gallagher, that means giving the gifts, not just receiving them.

As Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress celebrates 12 years of sharing the best of BC furnishings with customers across the Central Island, Parry, Scott and the team are thanking the community for supporting local. From Dec. 9 to 31, receive 12 per cent off the sale price of everything in the showroom!

Founded on the principle of supporting BC and Canadian manufacturers and distributors, the store is your local source for brands ranging from Stylus, building quality sofas since 1959, to Vancouver’s Elite, boasting innovative, cutting-edge designs. Choose beautiful, built-to-last wood furnishings from Delta’s Winner’s Only, timeless, solid wood designs from Purba in Surrey and so much more.

“Without the support of our customers, we wouldn’t be celebrating 12 years today,” Parry says. “The fact that you’ve given us your business – and in turn allowed us to share that business with so many British Columbia manufacturers – has been so rewarding.”

While Coombs Junction Furnishings looks forward to its teen years, Parry himself boasts decades of industry knowledge and experience, reflected in his recent Canadian Home Furnishings’ Retail Sales Professional Award for the Pacific Region. In addition to appreciating his commitment to local, customers feel confident he’ll provide the guidance they need to make the right choices for their home.

Birthday bonuses for every room

Recognizing that a fresh start will be the best way to shake off 2020, give yourself the gift of a great night’s sleep with the Sealy end-of-the-year sale.

Not only can you take advantage of the lowest prices of the year right through Dec. 31 but you’ll get the selection and trademark service Parry and the team have built their reputation on for the last 12 years!

From Sealy’s best-selling hybrid mattresses to the Canadian-made Easthaven model boasting Bio Gel latex and Certipur HD foam, the rest you’ve been dreaming of begins here.

(And in keeping with the 12th anniversary theme, you’ll also find 12 per cent off of Stearns & Foster and Tempur-Pedic mattresses.)

Visit Coombs Junction Furniture at 2701 Alberni Hwy, open Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and discover more fabulous fall possibilities for your home at

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