State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented an Ohio House commendation honoring the grand opening of Something Special Furniture.  

Representative Anielski presented the commendation to Something Special owner, Jeff Pryor.  The furniture store is committed to offering high-end furnishings that are both of quality and affordable for their customers.  The business also offers packing, decorating and complete apartment and home cleaning to assist customers in being prepared for a big move. 

“The addition of Something Special in Broadview Heights will greatly benefit those in the local community,” Rep. Anielski said.  “The amount of growing small businesses in the area is truly amazing and I look forward to continuing the support of these businesses at the Ohio Statehouse.”

Jeff Pryor commented, “I am determined to serve our customers with high quality furniture and services.  Something Special Furniture is furniture with both history and good value. I encourage all local residents to come in and explore a wide array of high-end furnishings that are affordable. Something Special Furniture specializes in gently used high-end pieces.  Our customers will be assured to create the house of their dreams.”

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