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. A II Ill l I I I Service. It's The Tie Binds The Bell Family opened Reno Gallery of Furniture in 1986. Their and delivery staff included themselves, one employ and one delivery van. One move and several expansions later, their 72,000 square foot operation with 30 employees is the largest independent furniture and Simmons mattress dealer in northern Nevada and eastern California. The family recipe for success? ...give customers great selection, great prices, space to make their own choices and then get them their furniture as quickly and conveniently as possible. The Bells know that only partnerships with key manufacturers who offer a quafity-built product at a fair price and consistent, timely delivery will be acceptable to the Reno Gallery name. This gives the Bells a perfect advantage in furniture sales; they can assemble a variety of furniture Lines to suit their customer's tastes and they have immense flexibility to compete with larger furniture chain pricing. Co-owner, Mark Bell points out, "We try not to force the customer into anything and we try to make it so they have a lot to choose from." The Bell Family Discriminating shoppers will find established brand names; Broyhill living, dining and bedrooms, Fairchild free leather living room pieces, Trentwood youth bedroom furnishings, K Collection and Authentics of Idaho for rustic and lodgepole pine furniture, Skinner solid pine dining sets with seating for up to 12 people. When it comes to bedding, mattress sets are Reno Gallery's area-wide favorite. Rush-A-Bed is an exclusive Dick Bell several years ago and is name implies. Mark Bell describes it "Second homeowners in Portola/Graeagle, Quincy, Chester, Westwood and Greenville can pick new mountain home on a Friday, Bed" and stay the weekend because l if requested, deliver thei And if buyers live within a there is absolutely no charge for removal of old fumishing Is it any wonder the Bell Family i 15th successful year in business? Furniture has grown to the area's furniture store and its customers have gotten them there. I Jac no ~lDmo. J (1 800 787"-4223 ) Weleeme 3652 S. In the Sierra Just North of Open Mon.-Sat. Sunday (775) 825-2299 or