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Joe Musnicki,

President of Ocean Spray Hot Tubs and Saunas

Westhampton Beach, NY

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:Hearth & Home has been an industry standard for keeping a watchful eye on emerging trends, new ideas, network opportunities, and event coverage.”

Gary Goodemote,

Owner of Friends of the Sun

Brattleboro, VT

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “It’s a great way to keep up on what’s new, to get a look at other peoples’ showrooms, and to keep tabs on new regs. Plus, it’s just plain interesting for us stove nerds.”

Diane Rossi,

Owner of DLR Management

Manchester, NH

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home“It is THE premier magazine for the hearth industry, stays relevant with excellent writers and articles, and provides necessary information that any serious hearth professional needs in order to stay in business.”

Steve Pulone,

General Manager/VP Operations
of O’Malia’s Living

Carmel, IN

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “I get a good idea of what’s happening with other retailers. It helps to know others are hitting the mark, or if they are trying new ways to get more dollars in the door.”

Tom Murray,

President of NorthCape

Alsip, IL

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “Good content, good view of the market across different types of applications, outlets, and regions.”

Hlodver Olafsson,

President of Jensen Leisure Furniture

Richmond, VA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:Hearth & Home is good reading. Industry news, the interviews or “chats”, and surveys are always interesting. Great photography, and many good articles on trends in design, colors, and the outdoors.”

Gene & MaryAnn Schurer, Pam Keefer,
and all the employees,

of Aquarius Pool & Patio

Williamsport, PA

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home:Hearth & Home is always a magazine you want to grab and look at. We’re fortunate to have great people at Hearth & Home who do a great job of keeping us up-to-date in the wonderful world of the great outdoors. It’s always great to see everyone at the Casual Market. Keep up the wonderful work. (You have) the best magazine.”

Paul Miles,

Director of Sales of Valor Fireplaces

North Vancouver

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “To keep up with the industry and what’s happening. Trade magazines are essential.”

Jack Glynn,

Independent Sales Representative of

Algonquin, IL

“I have been on both ends of the industry – retailer and sales rep – been on many boards in both the fireplace industry as well as furniture. Hearth & Home has done a really good job at keeping us all close together.”

Dudley Flanders,

CEO of Lloyd Flanders Industries

Forth Smith, AR

Reasons for Reading Hearth & Home: “Keeping up with industry trends and leading edge retailers.”