Sit n SleepSit ‘n Sleep keeps the customer experience fresh in its stores.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Sit ‘n Sleep strives to make the process of buying a mattress as comfortable as it is to sleep on one. “From the time our guests walk into the stores to the time it’s delivered, they need customer service,” Chairman and CEO Larry Miller declares. 


Swiss Farms is celebrating its 50th anniversary and investing into technology.

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

People that don’t live in Pennsylvania probably aren’t familiar with grocery shopping while sitting inside their cars. But for those living in the Quaker State, drive-thru markets are a popular solution for shopping needs. These drive-thru markets are known as Swiss Farms. They offer everything from basic grocery items to toiletries and freshly prepared foods.

Turners Furniture pic 2The Turner’s brands continue to offer high-quality furniture to customers at a great value.

By Jim Harris

Turner’s Furniture’s commitment to quality and value has made it successful for more than 100 years. “We have a great team of employees and a lot of loyal customers,” says co-owner Fortson Turner, who along with his brother Austin Turner represents the fourth generation of family ownership at the company. “We try to be financially conservative and keep our internal costs as low as possible, so our prices can be as low as possible.”

Founded in 1915, the Turner family owns and operates four locations under the Turner’s Fine Furniture brand in Leesburg, Tifton, Valdosta and Thomasville, Ga. The company also operates six locations under the Turner’s Budget Furniture brand in south Georgia as well as Tallahassee, Fla. 

Schiffmans pic 1Schiffman’s dedication to clients and employees, as well as its selection of high-quality jewelry and timepieces, has remained constant throughout its 125 years in business.
By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Simon Schiffman’s high standards for the products and service offered by his namesake jewelry store continue to guide the business, which celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. 

“We are a very honorable and straightforward company,” says Lane Schiffman, Simon’s great-grandson and co-owner of the store along with his brothers Arnold Schiffman III and Vance Schiffman. “We would not have developed the reputation we have over the past 125 years without being honest, having integrity and being trustworthy.”

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