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HOLBROOK, NY--(Marketwired - May 05, 2017) - American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (APFS), a privately-held, independent broker/dealer that provides services and support to financial advisors throughout the country, continues its long-standing support of World T.E.A.M. Sports with the 2017 Face of America (FOA) bike ride, which took place April 28-30, 2017. APFS is a firm believer in being a true corporate citizen through acts of social responsibility -- one of six tenets outlined in its strategic five-year plan for growth. "A significant part of our mission is to give back to the community -- to leave a noticeable footprint locally, nationally and even globally," said APFS CEO and WTS Vice Chairman Lon T. Dolber. "Our hope is that by encouraging APFS employees and affiliated colleagues to take part in socially responsible events, it will spark in them the desire to make a difference in the world at large. Whether by participating in events like FOA or by simply organizing a fundraiser for a local shelter, many of our colleagues who have participated in WTS events have gone on to make tangible differences in their local communities." Since 2007, APFS has been a proud participant and sponsor for WTS, a non-profit organization that for the last 24 years has remained true to its mission to "change lives through sports." The firm has actively contributed its time and resources each year to more than 25 events that encourage and challenge disabled men, women and children to accomplish feats they never dreamed possible. APFS has raised nearly $1 million for the organization since its involvement, earning the distinction of being among the top fundraisers for WTS. Team American Portfolios raised a total of $92,875 in charitable donations for the 2017 FOA bike ride alone, and two of the firm's affiliated financial advisors were ranked among the Top 10 Overall Fundraisers: Theresa Hannon ($6,740) and James McCauley ($5,475). 2017 marks APFS' 10th FOA bike ride, which covers more than 100 miles from Washington, D.C., to the battlefields of Gettysburg, Pa., over the course of two days. This year's ride included more than 600 cyclists, 250 of which are active duty military personnel and U.S. and Canadian military veterans, many of whom were injured or became disabled during military service. Among the riders were 68 APFS staff members, affiliated financial advisors, and business partners and/or friends of the firm. "Spending time with our Team AP riders and volunteers, while watching new relationships form and existing ones flourish, is really wonderful," said David Rey, APFS financial advisor and team captain. "Each year we become stronger within our team and on the ride itself." APFS COO Dean Bruno, a triathlete in his spare time, lends to Rey's sentiment. "FOA has made an impact on me as I've developed many friendships over the years and it is a humbling experience to help others who may need a push or two going up the various hills in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Pennsylvania, or perhaps giving them encouragement to keep on pedaling and to never give up" he said of his experience. In 2016, 14 APFS staff members and affiliated colleagues participated in WTS' Adventure Team Challenge (ATC) and Coastal Team Challenge (CTC). This year will see the firm's continued participation in these events, beginning with ATC in Harris, N.Y., from June 8-9, 2017, which engages medically-fragile, developmentally-disabled teens and young adults from the Center for Discovery during a weekend of competitive team sporting events; and CTC on Aug. 1-2, 2017, a two-day, 20-nautical-mile, non-competitive kayak journey along the coast of Long Island, N.Y., with participating athletes from Independent Group Home Living. Headquartered in Holbrook, N.Y., APFS is a full-service, independent broker/dealer and member firm of FINRA and SIPC, offering a complete range of financial services, including personal financial and retirement planning, securities trading, mutual funds, access to investment research, long-term care planning, insurance products and tax-free investing. Fee-based asset management is offered through its sister subsidiary, American Portfolios Advisors, Inc., (APA), an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Both entities, along with technology entity American Portfolios Advisory Solutions, LLC, collectively reside under the legal entity American Portfolios Holdings, Inc. (APH). Full-service securities brokerage is available through a clearing firm relationship with Pershing, LLC, a BNY Mellon firm, the securities of which are held on a fully disclosed basis. The company currently serves 800 independent investment professionals located in 366 branch locations throughout the nation. It was named Broker-Dealer of the Year* (Division III) by Investment Advisor magazine in 2015 and 2016, as well as the No. 1 Best Small/Mid-Size Company to Work for in the state of New York for 2016 by the New York State Society for Human Resources Management (NYS-SHRM) and the Best Companies Group (BCG). *Based on a poll of registered representatives conducted by Investment Advisor magazine. Broker/dealers rated highest by their representatives are awarded "Broker/Dealer (B/D) of the Year." World T.E.A.M. Sports (WTS) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization chartered in North Carolina and headquartered in Holbrook, N.Y. Since 1987, WTS has organized athletic events for disabled and able-bodied citizens -- mountain climbing, white water rafting, bicycling and more. Their mission is to change life through sports. WTS uses athletics to challenge people to accomplish goals they once deemed impossible. Through every WTS event, participants with disabilities build their self-confidence and enhance their physical fitness. During athletic challenges, disabled and able-bodied participants learn to work together as a team to overcome physical, emotional and technical challenges. Annual WTS events include: Adventure Team Challenge, Coastal Team Challenge, CanAm Veterans' Challenge, Face of America and Sea to Shining Sea. 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Despite the mounting research evidence that shows self-management education programs reduce symptoms and improve quality of life, participation in these programs remains low, in part because people simply do not know they exist. The Learn More. Feel Better. campaign was created to address this information gap and raise awareness of self-management education. Launched in Milwaukee in January 2017, people can visit www.cdc.gov/LearnMoreFeelBetter to learn more about self-management education, available class formats, and how to get involved locally. In the Milwaukee area, 50% of the adults identified chronic disease as one of the top community health issues in 2012.2 In addition, more than 79 percent of older adults have one or more chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and arthritis, which can directly impact their quality of life.3 "There are hundreds of self-management education programs available in Milwaukee," said Brady. "To better connect with adults with one or more chronic conditions who may be interested in attending these programs, the Learn More. Feel Better. campaign is partnering with local organizations to extend our message and help residents connect with effective self-management education programs." Self-management education programs are available in the Milwaukee area for many chronic conditions. Participants in these programs walk away with the skills and the confidence to help them manage fatigue and stress, cope with symptoms, and adopt healthy lifestyle choices like healthy eating and exercise. Participants in self-management education programs are generally very enthusiastic about their benefits. To learn more about the Learn More. Feel Better. campaign, visit www.cdc.gov/LearnMoreFeelBetter. About the Self-Management Education: Learn More. Feel Better. Campaign To help raise awareness about self-management education programs and ultimately help people feel better, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched the Self-Management Education: Learn More. Feel Better. campaign. Through an integrated marketing campaign, CDC seeks to reach people with one or more chronic conditions with information about the importance of self-management education programs and motivate them to learn more about self-management education programs so that they can develop the strategies and confidence necessary to help manage their chronic condition. To learn more about the campaign, visit cdc.gov/LearnMoreFeelBetter. 1 Ward BW, Schiller JS, Goodman RA. Multiple chronic conditions among US adults: a 2012 update. Prev Chronic Dis. 2014;11:130389. DOI :http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd11.130389. 2 Milwaukee County Community Health Survey Report, 2012. http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/healthAuthors/ADMIN/PDFs/Reports/2012MilwaukeeCommunityHealthSurvey.pdf.  p.162-63. Accessed Dec. 16, 2016. 3 Milwaukee County Department on Aging; E jj Olson & Associates. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:UWJENrVlpxIJ:county.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/User/lcieslik/FOA_186_documents.pdf+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us. Accessed Nov. 8, 2016. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-centers-for-disease-control-and-prevention-helps-milwaukee-residents-with-chronic-conditions-learn-more-and-feel-better-300441238.html


« Samsung Heavy Industries and DNV GL sign partnership for new LNG carrier designs | Main | Nissan Chile delivers fleet of 25 LEAFs to Enel, the country’s largest electricity group » The US Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) will issue two new funding opportunities (FOAs): one to support R&D on advanced nuclear reactor technologies, the other for the development of hybrid fuel cell and engine systems for the ultra-high efficiency conversion of natural gas to electricity. Advanced Modular Reactors. ARPA-E is planning a new R&D program seeking innovative designs of advanced nuclear power plants and computational validations of these designs that can achieve safe, secure, and economical power production. The envisioned program seeks transformative designs and manufacturing technologies to achieve semi-autonomous “walk-away safe” and secure operation; extremely low construction capital costs; and dramatically faster construction and commissioning times based on technologies such as modular assemblies and factory manufacturing. The program seeks cross-disciplinary teams of innovators from the nuclear community and other scientific and engineering disciplines to instill new, creative approaches in solving fundamental challenges in nuclear power plant design, construction, and operation. Success in this program will establish a set of high-fidelity designs of new advanced nuclear reactors and set a path for the US to lead the world in “Gen IV and beyond” nuclear power technologies. Hybrid Systems For Ultra-High Efficiency Conversion Of Natural Gas To Electricity. The objective of this FOA will be to encourage the development of commercial-scale (>100 kW) Distributed Generation (DG) systems that have fuel to electric power conversion efficiencies in excess of 70% on a Lower Heating Value (LHV) basis. ARPA-E anticipates that the deadline for submission of Concept Papers to this FOA will occur 30 days after its issuance. The long-term goal of the program will be to reduce the cost and increase the primary energy efficiency associated with the provision of electric power to commercial and industrial customers. The achievement of the aggressive efficiency (>70%) and installed cost (1 Quad/year of fuel energy savings will require the development of new component technologies and systems approaches for the integration of fuel cells with heat or reactive engines. The primary focus of the FOA will be the development of enabling component and sub-system technologies pertinent to the fuel cell or the engine or both of the sub-systems. Such technologies may include (but are not limited to) novel fuel cell stack designs, cost-effective and high efficiency engine/turbine component designs, highly integrated balance of plant designs, and demonstrations of system controls. If the development of these technologies proceeds at the desired rate, ARPA-E may also continue support through full-scale (≥ 100 kW) hybrid system development.


News Article | June 9, 2017
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« Cognata raises $5M to launch deep learning simulation to speed time to market for autonomous vehicles | Main | eSync Alliance initiative seeks to drive industry-wide secure automotive OTA and diagnostics » The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced approximately $15.8 million for 30 new projects aimed at discovery and development of novel, low-cost materials necessary for hydrogen production and storage and for fuel cells onboard light-duty vehicles. Selected projects will leverage national lab consortia launched under DOE’s Energy Materials Network (EMN) this past year (earlier post), in support of DOE’s materials research and advanced manufacturing priorities. Selections were made under the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office (FCTO) annual funding opportunity announcement (FOA) in 2017. The 2017 FOA solicited early-stage materials research to advance the Department’s goals of enabling economic and efficient transportation via fuel cell electric vehicles that use hydrogen fuel produced from diverse domestic resources. More than 2,000 fuel cell vehicles have been sold or leased in the US since 2015. The selected EMN consortia projects will leverage unique, world-class capabilities at the national laboratories, facilitating collaborations that will expedite the development of advanced materials. PGM-free Catalyst and Electrode R&D. 4 projects will leverage the Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat) to accelerate the development of catalysts made without platinum group metals (PGM-free) for use in fuel cells for transportation. Advanced Water Splitting Materials. 19 projects will leverage the HydroGEN Consortium to accelerate the development of advanced water-splitting materials for hydrogen production, with an initial focus on advanced electrolytic, photoelectrochemical, and solar thermochemical pathways. Hydrogen Storage Materials Discovery. 4 projects will leverage the Hydrogen Materials—Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC) to address unsolved scientific challenges in the development of viable solid-state materials for hydrogen storage onboard light-duty vehicles. Precursor Development for Low-Cost, High-Strength Carbon Fiber. 3 projects will reduce the cost of onboard hydrogen storage tanks necessary for fuel cell vehicles. These projects will pursue innovative approaches to developing novel precursors for high-strength carbon fiber at half the cost of current materials. Resources from LightMAT (a DOE Vehicle Technologies Office-managed EMN consortium), and IACMI (an institute for advanced composites research within the Manufacturing USA network managed by DOE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office), may also be leveraged by the awardees.


News Article | June 14, 2017
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« GM has built 130 Bolt EVs with next-generation autonomous technology | Main | LA, Long Beach mayors commit to move ports to zero emissions » The US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) will award $15.9 million for solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) research and development. Four projects have been selected to receive up to $2.4 million for phase 2 research, while an additional $13.5 million is available under a new funding opportunity announcement (FOA) to support SOFC prototype system testing and core technology development (earlier post). The four projects advancing to phase 2 were chosen from phase 1 awards made under the FOA Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Innovative Concepts and Core Technology Research Program, which was issued in fiscal year 2015. The phase 2 projects will include laboratory- and bench-scale research to improve the reliability, robustness, and endurance of SOFC cell and stack technology. The projects are: Degradation and Reliability Advancements in Tubular SOFC — Atrex Energy will focus on incorporating an inexpensive on-cell contamination gettering element in each SOFC, along with enhancing electrical contact between the current collector and interconnection layer. The project will also focus on improving the electrolyte layer sintering method. It will also explore extended materials and process development by systematic testing, processing optimization, and verification at the stack level. DOE Funding: $606,386 Processing of SOFC Anodes for Enhanced Intermediate Temperature Catalytic Activity at High Fuel Utilization — Boston University will demonstrate advancements to SOFC technology including the ability to deposit fine nano-sized nickel catalyst particles into full-sized SOFCs. The project will also examine strategies that provide long-term stability to the infiltrated nanoparticles, and long-term performance improvements at high fuel utilization. DOE Funding: $600,000 Employing Accelerated Test Protocols to Full-Size Cells and Tuning Microstructures to Improve Robustness, Reliability, and Endurance of SOFC — The University of South Carolina will focus on understanding the effects of accelerated testing protocols on material structure and chemistry on electrochemical properties and durability of SOFCs. Accelerated tests will be performed for approximately 200–3,000 hours on full-size cells with hydrogen and simulated system gas, which will translate to steady-state SOFC operation for approximately 2,000–20,000 hours. DOE Funding: $600,000 Scalable Nano-Scaffold Architecture on the Internal Surface of SOFC Anode for Direct Hydrocarbon Utilization — West Virginia University’s research aims to design a SOFC that is compatible with hydrocarbon use. WVU will evaluate novel coatings aimed at achieving 50 percent or greater power density using hydrocarbon fuel throughout the entire SOFC operation temperature range. DOE Funding: $600,000


News Article | June 21, 2017
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« GM Maven Gig expands to San Francisco | Main | Warwick team develops new technique controlling brittle stages in production of high-strength, lightweight steels » The US Department of Energy is awarding roughly $15.8 million for 30 projects working toward the discovery and development of innovative, low-cost materials needed for hydrogen production and storage and for automotive fuel cells (earlier post). Of those 30 projects, Carnegie Mellon University Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Shawn Litster has been selected to receive $2 million in funding as principal investigator of his multi-institution team’s research project, “Advanced PGM-free Cathode Engineering for Higher Power Density and Durability.” Litster’s work falls into the DOE’s category of PGM-free Catalyst and Electrode R&D, which aims to develop catalysts and electrodes from materials other than platinum grade metals. In our project, we are taking a comprehensive approach to dramatically reducing fuel cell costs by combining advanced high activity, stable catalysts with novel electrode designs to increase the power output and efficiency. Our work will benefit from the advanced materials processing and characterization tools available to us here at CMU, including our nano-scale resolution X-ray CT system. In an invited paper at the 231st meeting of the Electrochemical Society (ECS), Litster and his colleagues from CMU and Los Alamos National Laboratory summarized recent progress in research targeting development of high-performance PGM-free catalysts for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) at Los Alamos National Laboratory. They discussed two approaches will be discussed in a greater detail: (i) an approach involving fine-tuning of the catalyst porosity and surface area using pore-forming compounds and (ii) a method specifically focusing on the development of atomically dispersed transition metal moieties and avoiding the formation of transition metal-rich nanoparticles during the heat treatment of catalyst precursors. Litster and his collaborators will conduct their research within the Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat), part of the DOE’s Energy Materials Network (EMN) lab consortia that supports the DOE’s goal of expediting the development of advance materials. ElectroCat works through pooled national laboratory expertise to accelerate the development and deployment of PGM-free catalysts and electrodes for use in a broad range of catalytic structures. Selections for funding were made within the DOE under the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office annual funding announcement (FOA). This year’s FOA is further developing research on fuel cell electric vehicles using hydrogen made from different domestic resources. In my view, fuel cell vehicles are critical to achieving large reductions in petroleum consumption for transportation and the associated benefits to mobility and the environment with vehicle electrification. Fuel cells are a key way to electrify larger, longer range vehicles, such as light duty trucks and buses, where the cost and weight of batteries are prohibitive. In addition to Litster’s work, the FOA is also funding research in categories of Advanced Water Splitting Materials, Hydrogen Storage Materials Discovery, and Precursor Development for Low-Cost, High-Strength Carbon Fiber.


HomeCinemaCenter.com Announces New Bedroom, Dining, Upholstery, and Outdoor Furniture Partnership with Furniture of America (FOA) Myrtle Beach, SC, May 15, 2017 --( For those HomeCinemaCenter.com customers who are interested in financing their purchases, a partnership with Paypal Credit affords this convenient opportunity. Paypal Credit is dedicated to providing financial support for everyday needs, including elegant and stylish home furniture from HomeCinemaCenter.com. As always, HomeCinemaCenter.com accepts all major credit cards to make transactions as effortless as possible. About HomeCinemaCenter.com HomeCinemaCenter.com is a leading retail supplier of stylish and elegant home furniture. A user-friendly website combined with a huge selection of high-quality home furnishings, including bedroom furniture dining room furniture, and entertainment center furniture, has made HomeCinemaCenter.com a popular choice for consumers for years. Visit http://www.HomeCinemaCenter.com for more information. About Furniture of America From day one, this has been Furniture of America’s Mission. FOA believes the purchase of new furniture is an important milestone in the growth of every person and every home. It becomes part of the happy memories of all of the wonderful events of life. From starting a new life together, the birth of a child, purchase of a new home to a graduation, almost every purchase is tied to happy events. From the consumers to retail partners and to suppliers, the path to happiness comes from every piece of furniture sold. FOA promotes “Made in America” where it can and has established itself as a premier source of US-made upholstery. FOA is involved in many community projects, and in addition to regularly contributing to local causes, it is involved in and supports several environmental and humanitarian projects nationally and internationally. www.homecinemacenter.com Myrtle Beach, SC, May 15, 2017 --( PR.com )-- HomeCinemaCenter.com, a leading online supplier of high-quality home furnishings, announced today that it has launched a new Bedroom, Dining, Upholstery, and Outdoor Furniture line in partnering with Furniture of America. This integration will allow customers to purchase across many product categories just in time for the Summer Season. This new line offers 100’s of collections giving customers many options to furnish their home in contemporary, modern, traditional, or transitional styles. With over 2000 new offerings, customers will have a wide array of selections.For those HomeCinemaCenter.com customers who are interested in financing their purchases, a partnership with Paypal Credit affords this convenient opportunity. Paypal Credit is dedicated to providing financial support for everyday needs, including elegant and stylish home furniture from HomeCinemaCenter.com.As always, HomeCinemaCenter.com accepts all major credit cards to make transactions as effortless as possible.About HomeCinemaCenter.comHomeCinemaCenter.com is a leading retail supplier of stylish and elegant home furniture. A user-friendly website combined with a huge selection of high-quality home furnishings, including bedroom furniture dining room furniture, and entertainment center furniture, has made HomeCinemaCenter.com a popular choice for consumers for years. Visit http://www.HomeCinemaCenter.com for more information.About Furniture of AmericaFrom day one, this has been Furniture of America’s Mission. FOA believes the purchase of new furniture is an important milestone in the growth of every person and every home. It becomes part of the happy memories of all of the wonderful events of life. From starting a new life together, the birth of a child, purchase of a new home to a graduation, almost every purchase is tied to happy events. From the consumers to retail partners and to suppliers, the path to happiness comes from every piece of furniture sold. FOA promotes “Made in America” where it can and has established itself as a premier source of US-made upholstery. FOA is involved in many community projects, and in addition to regularly contributing to local causes, it is involved in and supports several environmental and humanitarian projects nationally and internationally.www.homecinemacenter.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Home Cinema Center


News Article | June 6, 2017
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« New fleet customers for XL Hybrid’s plug-in hybrid upfit for Ford F-150 pickups | Main | Hydrogenics to provide fuel cell systems for four Scandia fuel-cell trucks in Norway » The US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), announced that up to $9 million in funding will be made available through the Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI) to support the development of bioenergy feedstocks, biofuels, and bio-based products (DE-FOA-0001637). The projects funded through BRDI—a joint NIFA and DOE program—will help develop economically and environmentally sustainable sources of renewable biomass, increase the availability of renewable fuels and biobased products, and diversify the US energy portfolio. Both DOE and NIFA have been given statutory authorities to support the development of a biomass-based industry in the United States, under the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (FCEA) and the Energy Policy Act of 2005. NIFA and DOE will make up to $9 million available through BRDI in Fiscal Year (FY) 2017. Applicants will be permitted to address any or all of the following three legislatively mandated technical areas: Feedstocks Development. Research, development, and demonstration activities regarding feedstocks and feedstock logistics (including harvest, handling, transport, preprocessing, and storage) relevant to production of raw materials for conversion to biofuels and biobased products. The BRDI program is designed to support near-term commercial systems. Projects should emphasize development and optimization of existing feedstocks that will be available for testing and demonstration during the life of the project. Proposals that include breeding or genetic improvement of feedstocks should reconcile this work with the Program’s emphasis on near-term impacts. Biofuels and Biobased Products Development. Research,development,and demonstration (RD&D) activities to support: (i) Development of diverse cost-effective technologies for the use of cellulosic biomass in the production of biofuels, bioenergy, and biobased products; and (ii) Product diversification through technologies relevant to the production of a range of biobased products (including chemicals, animal feeds, and cogeneration power) that potentially can increase the feasibility of fuel production in a biorefinery. Biofuels and Biobased Products Development Analysis. The intent of this section is to apply systems evaluation methods that can be used to optimize system performance and market potential and to quantify the project’s impact on sustainability; therefore, successful applications will consider the life-cycle (cradle-to-grave) impacts including environmental, social, and economic implications that are attributable to the project. Successful projects should include these sustainability data in engineering process models and be used over the life of the project to improve the system and quantify sustainability impacts NIFA and DOE are soliciting applications from all interested parties, including for-profit entities, universities, nonprofits, and national laboratories. For FY 2017, DOE anticipates funding 1 to 6 awards, and NIFA anticipates funding 3 to 14 awards. Awards are anticipated to range from $500,000 to $2 million per award. All DOE funding is subject to the availability of annual congressional appropriations.


MYRTLE BEACH, SC, May 15, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- HomeCinemaCenter.com, a leading online supplier of high-quality home furnishings, announced today that it has launched a new Bedroom, Dining, Upholstery, and Outdoor Furniture line in partnering with Furniture of America. This integration will allow customers to purchase across many product categories just in time for the Summer Season. This new line offers 100's of collections giving customers many options to furnish their home in contemporary, modern, traditional, or transitional styles. With over 2000 new offerings, customers will have a wide array of selections. For those HomeCinemaCenter.com customers who are interested in financing their purchases, a partnership with Paypal Credit affords this convenient opportunity. Paypal Credit is dedicated to providing financial support for everyday needs, including elegant and stylish home furniture from HomeCinemaCenter.com. As always, HomeCinemaCenter.com accepts all major credit cards to make transactions as effortless as possible. About HomeCinemaCenter.com HomeCinemaCenter.com is a leading retail supplier of stylish and elegant home furniture. A user-friendly website combined with a huge selection of high-quality home furnishings, including bedroom furniture dining room furniture, and entertainment center furniture, has made HomeCinemaCenter.com a popular choice for consumers for years. Visit http://www.HomeCinemaCenter.com for more information. About Furniture of America From day one, this has been Furniture of America's Mission. FOA believes the purchase of new furniture is an important milestone in the growth of every person and every home. It becomes part of the happy memories of all of the wonderful events of life. From starting a new life together, the birth of a child, purchase of a new home to a graduation, almost every purchase is tied to happy events. From the consumers to retail partners and to suppliers, the path to happiness comes from every piece of furniture sold. FOA promotes "Made in America" where it can and has established itself as a premier source of US-made upholstery. FOA is involved in many community projects, and in addition to regularly contributing to local causes, it is involved in and supports several environmental and humanitarian projects nationally and internationally.


HomeCinemaCenter.com, a leading online supplier of high-quality home furnishings, announced today that it has launched a new new Bedroom, Dining , Upholstery, and Outdoor Furniture line in partnering with Furniture of America. -- HomeCinemaCenter.com, a leading online supplier of high-quality home furnishings, announced today that it has launched a new Bedroom, Dining , Upholstery, and Outdoor Furniture line in partnering with Furniture of America.  This integration will allow customers to purchase across many product categories just in time for the Summer Season.   This new line offers 100's of collections giving customers many options to furnish their home in contemporary, modern, traditional, or transitional styles.  With over 2000 new offerings, customers will have a wide array of selections.For those HomeCinemaCenter.com customers who are interested in financing their purchases, a partnership with Paypal Credit  affords this convenient opportunity. Paypal Credit is dedicated to providing financial support for everyday needs, including elegant and stylish home furniture from HomeCinemaCenter.com.As always, HomeCinemaCenter.com accepts all major credit cards to make transactions as effortless as possible.About HomeCinemaCenter.comHomeCinemaCenter.com is a leading retail supplier of stylish and elegant home furniture ( http://www.HomeCinemaCenter.com ). A user-friendly website combined with a huge selection of high-quality home furnishings, including bedroom furniture dining room furniture, and entertainment center furniture, has made HomeCinemaCenter.com a popular choice for consumers for years. Visit http://www.HomeCinemaCenter.com for more information.About Furniture of AmericaFrom day one, this has been Furniture of America's Mission. FOA believes the purchase of new furniture is an important milestone in the growth of every person and every home. It becomes part of the happy memories of all of the wonderful events of life. From starting a new life together, the birth of a child, purchase of a new home to a graduation, almost every purchase is tied to happy events. From the consumers to retail partners and to suppliers, the path to happiness comes from every piece of furniture sold. FOA promotes "Made in America" where it can and has established itself as a premier source of US-made upholstery. FOA is involved in many community projects, and in addition to regularly contributing to local causes, it is involved in and supports several environmental and humanitarian projects nationally and internationally.

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