Archive for May, 2011
To our dear Oneonta and surrounding area customers:
Thank you for buying GOOD DESIGN MADE IN OTSEGO COUNTY!
As our company continues to grow – we will continue to serve the Oneonta and surrounding areas from our Design and Wood Shop in Richfield Springs, NY.
We will miss the charming location in downtown Oneonta – for it is not without a twinge of sadness that we relocate this showroom. But – we are growing!!! And, in an effort to manage the growth, we are consolidating our efforts and resources.
We hope that you will visit us in Richfield Springs, or in our anchor store in Saratoga Springs or on line at www.JustLeanBack.com.
Again, thank you to all of our customers. Every one of you has made a difference. It has been a real pleasure serving you and providing you with, what we think are the coolest, smartest, easiest, strongest SofaBeds in the world ~ designed and built right here in Otsego County! We hope that we have made a difference in your life and home with these great furniture designs.
If you are thrilled with your Nikita Convertible Furniture ~ Please tell your family and friends. Please help to spread the good word. You’ll be doing them a favor and helping us to keep local Americans employed building some of the best SofaBeds on the Globe.
Nikita and Joanne Grigoriev
Radio Interview at WIOX: Nikita talks about sustainability with the NY Watershed Agricultural Council
Nikita chats with Joshua VanBrakle and Tara Collins of the NY Watershed Agricultural Council. Topics range from living and working in the Catskills to sustainable design and production. Nikita talks about how his designs have evolved from the first patented futon sofabed (which was granted to him while living in upstate New York in the 1980s) to his new and current line of Convertible Furnishings for Indoors AND Outdoors. Josh, Tara and Nikita talk about mass-customization for wood products and the need to build durable goods that WON’T end up in our land fills. Its an interesting and fun “listen” – so we invite you to relax, just lean back and listen to the conversation. http://www.nycwatershed.org/wiox041311.html