Shop local for selection, savings and a salute to community

Coombs Junction Furniture gives thanks to customers and local Legion

In a salute to local, Coombs Junction Furniture offers 10 per cent off all sale prices throughout October, and is also taking the opportunity to support local Legions.

In a salute to local, Coombs Junction Furniture offers 10 per cent off all sale prices throughout October, and is also taking the opportunity to support local Legions.

With fall comes a renewed focus on our homes, whether it’s creating a cosy setting to wait out winter or ensuring an inviting interior for holiday guests.

As you scan your living space, does it need that one last piece to make it “home?” Or maybe you now need a guest room that can double as a study space?

No matter what your goals are, find the pieces you need to transform your home, close to home, at Coombs Junction Furniture!

“Everything we do is founded on the principle that local matters,” explains owner Parry Gallagher. “Not only do we value our customers who support their central Island businesses, but we support local ourselves, providing customers with the best furnishings from B.C. and Western Canada.”

But beyond business, supporting local is about community, too, Gallagher emphasizes.

That’s why throughout October, Coombs Junction Furniture gives thanks to their customers, and to the men and women who have dedicated so much to their country.

Throughout the store this month, find 10 per cent off all sale prices. In addition, the store will donate $50 from every purchase over $999.99 (pre-tax) to the Parksville and Qualicum branches of the Royal Canadian Legion.

“The Legion helps thousands of Veterans every year and provides vital services right here in our community. As we look toward Remembrance Day, we’re honoured to support the Legion – and challenge other businesses to do the same,” Gallagher says.

12 years of welcoming ‘local’ home

No matter the room you’re outfitting, find what you’re looking for at the award-winning Alberni Highway destination. Offering the best selection of BC- and Canadian-made furniture and mattresses on Vancouver Island, paired with low overhead, means customers are treated to both exceptional selection and pricing:

  • Stylus, from Greater Vancouver, has been designing and building made-to-order furnishings for more than 60 years – sofas, sectionals, sofa beds and more, all backed by a comprehensive warranty.
  • Purba Custom Furniture, based in Surrey, manufactures solid wood furniture, with timeless collections for the bedroom, dining room, living room and home office.
  • Elite Sofas offers cutting-edge designs custom-built in Vancouver.
  • Rest easy on BC-supplied mattresses from Sealy Canada, Stearns and Foster, Restonic and Tempurpedic.

Learn more at and discover your favourite fall home furnishings at 2701 Alberni Hwy.!

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Parry Gallagher, owner of Coombs Furniture Junction.

Parry Gallagher, owner of Coombs Furniture Junction.

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