Buy Used Office Furniture for Delivery to St. Louis and Save!
If you’re on the hunt for St. Louis used office furniture, set your sights on Arnolds Office Furniture, where you’ll find a range of high-quality furniture delivered right to your door. Want more reasons to shop Arnolds? Try these:
Variety. We know every customer has different needs, which is why we stocked our 100,000 square foot warehouse with a wide selection of furniture – everything from filing cabinets to cork boards.
Savings. You don’t have to spend a mint to create a functional and stylish office. Find name-brand furniture at prices that will beat your local retailer.
Support. We want you to be satisfied with your shopping experience, which is why we’ll deliver straight to your door. Need help with assembly? Ask about our White Glove installation service.
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Why our customers locate their business in St. Louis
In 1804, St. Louis was the starting point for Lewis and Clark on their expedition to explore the American West. Now, two centuries later, the gateway to the West is braving new frontiers in business.
St. Louis hosts innovative new industries like plant and medical sciences, information technology and advanced manufacturing. Nineteen Fortune 1000 companies are headquartered in the region, and privately held companies like Enterprise Rent-A-Car and United Van Lines call St. Louis home.
The city, situated on the confluence of the Mississippi and the Missouri rivers, is a major hub both in geography and population (the Chamber of Commerce’s slogan for St. Louis is even “Perfectly centered. Remarkably connected.). Businesses located here can take advantage of a practical, hard-working and well-educated workforce; friendly tax laws (the Tax Foundation ranked Missouri’s business tax climate 16th in the country); and several business incubators that help guide entrepreneurs.
There are several sites to visit if you need help starting or expanding your business. Visit the U.S. Small Business Administration St. Louis for information on loans, grants, bonds and other financial assistance. For counseling, training and technical assistance, check out the Missouri Small Business Development Center. Finally, check out the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment for advice on recruiting, screening, hiring, training and more.