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Hampton House Furniture 3-day Liquidation Sale Begins Today

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Hampton House will be having a 70% off sale of all items in the store starting today at 10 AM. 

After announcing their retirement and store closing, Hampton House will begin liquidating every item in the store. 

Established in 1947, the Fisch family, who owns Hampton House, announced on their social media pages that they are going out of business due to retirement.  They had close their doors for a few days to prepare for this huge sale and will now re-open Friday, June 9;Saturday, June 10; and Sunday, June 11. 

Owner of the business and building, Ron Fisch, has announced that he will be selling his building, for an undisclosed amount, to Dick Grabowsky, a well known Montclair landlord.  Grabowsky  is best known as the owner of the building that houses the Clairidge theater.  He owns several other commercial properties in Montclair. 

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