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Sun, 2016-11-20 17:46

2017 will be the nineteenth year that Groovystuff has been in business and as a note of gratitude we decided to throw down a stimulus package for everyone to take advantage of this holiday season.

The shopping season is soon to be upon us and Groovystuff has stocked up in anticipation for the holiday season with just in time inventory for your convenience and the convenience of your customers.

So in advance, I thank you for your business and the many years of support!

Kind Regards,

Groovystuff

Groovystuff's not-for-profit 2013 ICON Achievement...

Tue, 2016-07-26 11:26

To All Our Groovy Customers:

With a new focus on establishing a Non Profit in North Carolina for the University & Veterans Hall of Innovation & Job Creation, Groovystuff is packin bags and closing the Las Vegas World Market Center Showroom as of August 4, 2016.

All samples are being marked down to 50% off and sold in an as is condition for drop ship at the end of market.

C U at the Barn Dance in Vegas!!!

About the company: Founded in 1998 by Chris Bruning, Groovystuff utilizes reclaimed materials in the design, production, and distribution of...

Wed, 2016-07-06 02:26

Chicago, Illinois, July 5, 2016 - The Board of the Interior Design Educators Council Foundation, Inc. (IDECF), Board announces the addition of Groovystuff founder, Chris Bruning as an Industry Director.

IDECF is a not-for-profit organization that invests in interior design education, research, and leadership to advance the design profession and improve the human experience in the designed environment.
“Chris Bruning's addition to the IDECF Board will be to take our vision to a broader audience in the Residential Home Furnishings Market. IDECF looks forward to the...

Tue, 2015-08-25 13:40

DALLAS – Over 60 students from Florida State University, The University of Minnesota, Auburn University, and Appalachian State University will be participating in “The Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge,” for the Fall 2015 academic semester. Students participating in the eco-friendly furniture challenge will debut their final design projects at the Fall High Point Market in “The University Hall of Innovation & Job Creation”, October 17-22, 2015.

Groovystuff, a Dallas-based company that creates reclaimed teak wood furniture, is...

Tue, 2015-06-16 12:01

DALLAS, TX – Students from the Interior Architecture/Design program from Marywood University will be participating in “The Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge,” for the summer 2015 academic semester. Students participating in the eco-friendly furniture challenge will debut their final design projects at both the Las Vegas World Market, August 2-6, and at the Fall High Point Market in “The University Hall of Innovation & Job Creation”, October 17-22, 2015.

Groovystuff, a Dallas-based company that creates reclaimed teak wood furniture,...

Thu, 2015-04-30 16:02

DALLAS – Home furnishings manufacturer Groovystuff announces the winner of its "Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge." Sarah Goldner from the University of Oregon placed first in the “Popular Vote at Market” at the recent High Point Market held April 18-24, for her environmentally friendly product design and innovative contribution to the home furnishings industry.

Ms. Goldner competed against undergraduates in the Product Design Program at the University of Oregon to design an environmentally friendly product that reflects the Groovystuff...

Thu, 2015-04-09 11:33

DALLAS – Groovystuff continues to expand on its education-to-industry cross cooperative by partnering with The University of Oregon for “The Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge” this spring and by co-sponsoring the program at the upcoming April High Point Market at the Suites at Market Square, April 18-23, 2015.

Product Design undergraduates from the University of Oregon will launch the results of their semester long furniture design challenge in “The University Hall of Innovation & Job Creation” at the Spring 2015 High Point Furniture...

Thu, 2014-12-18 19:20

DALLAS,TX – Groovystuff is pleased to introduce Ian Williams from the Industrial Design program at Appalachian State University and announces the return of Meghan Wilson from the Auburn University Industrial & Graphic Design program for the winter academic break, December 16, 2014 to January 9, 2015. Mr. Williams, and Ms. Wilson are taking part in the “Groovystuff: Connecting Education with Industry Internship” program established in 2011 by company founder Chris Bruning. The curriculum for this 25 day internship is designed to provide future graduates with real world job...

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