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Art Van Job Fair on July 26

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Art Van Furniture will be hosting a Career Fair on Friday, July 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at its Dearborn, Michigan store located at 15701 Market Drive.

Art Van Furniture, Michigan's number one furniture retailer, is known for stylish and affordable name brand home furnishings, unparalleled customer service and long-standing commitment to giving back to the communities in which it operates. The company offers competitive wages, employee benefits, and a fashion-oriented environment.

Art Van is seeking to hire commission sales associates for full and part time positions, and offers one of the highest paid commission structures in the industry. Interested applicants should apply in person and come prepared with an updated resume. Individuals who are unable to attend the career fair are invited to submit their resume to: www.artvan.com/careers

About Art Van Furniture

Art Van Furniture is Michigan's largest furniture retailer and America's largest independent furniture retailer. The company operates 35 stores throughout Michigan and one store in Orland Park, Illinois, a full service e-commerce website, plus nine freestanding Art Van PureSleep bedding stores in Ann Arbor, Brighton, Canton, Kalamazoo, New Hudson, Rochester Hills, Sterling Heights and Troy, Michigan, and Toledo, Ohio. Founded in 1959, the company is family-owned and headquartered in Warren, Michigan. Visit www.artvan.com for more information. 

 

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