Sam Moore Furniture Industries Inc


Sam Moore was the leading promotional chair resource in America and made12 styles. Best estimates are that somewhere between 3 and 4 million of those chairs were sold between 1943 and 1973. In 1959, with 3 old, multi-storied almost obsolete factories, the company started combining their production facilities into one modern factory. The first plant at their current location was 42,000 sq. ft. and they moved into it in 1960. The company has prolonged it 12 times and it now totals about 300,000 sq. ft. Their latest addition, a 24,000 sq. ft. state of the art finishing room was completed in 1999 giving them one of the largest, most modern occasional chair plants in the nation.
Sam Moore Furniture is located in the midst of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, rolling hills and pasture lands. The hometown character of Bedford caters to 6000 residents and. The company is the largest employer in Bedford, providing over 360 jobs.
Bedford County hosts the second largest body of fresh water in Virginia, Smith Mountain Lake.
Sam Moore is the only company in Bedford and, perhaps, the only upholstery company in their industry that has not had a single long term layoff in the last 32 years. The company pays a lot of consideration to the details such as classic styling, hand carving, top quality fabrics, individually driven solid brass nails for trim and detailed finishes. 
The customer will find over 150 frames from which to choose and they offer twenty, hand-rubbed, multi-step finishes and over 450 covers, including a large variety of leathers. C.O.M. (Customer's Own Material) orders are gladly accepted and trust customer decision to purchase Sam Moore is the ultimate compliment to a company that has dedicated and committed itself to making affordable, stylish chairs.  
The population of Bedford is also home of the National D-day Memorial, dedicate on June 6th 2001. Bedford was selected as the memorial site because the community lost the most men per capita of any United States municipality on D-Day, June 6th, 1944. Sam Moore takes pleasure in its community and the chairs it produces.
Sam Moore acknowledge that their success depends on each and every associate to do their part and build the best chairs possible to distinguish them from their examine as the premier chair manufacturer.