The passage of a single new federal law or regulation can have a greater impact on the future of the home furnishings industry than most decisions made by the AHFA leadership. To protect the industry's interests in Washington, we need federal legislators who understand the complexities of furniture manufacturing, and who are willing to carefully weigh the costs of taxes and regulations against their purported benefits. That's where FurnPAC comes in!

FurnPAC is the furniture industry's principal political action committee (PAC) and is an important part of AHFA’s efforts to create a business-friendly atmosphere on Capitol Hill. Through voluntary contributions from AHFA members, FurnPAC contributes to pro-business, smaller-government candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate – incumbents and challengers alike – who understand the needs of furniture manufacturers and their suppliers.

FurnPAC is non-partisan, and is governed by a Board of Directors representing small, medium, and large AHFA companies and suppliers.

To learn more about FurnPAC or to start a FurnPAC program at your company, please consult the following documents or contact Andy Counts at (336) 884-5000, ext. 0115.

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More About FurnPAC
Letter from the CEO
The Reason Why
Contact Us
Board of Directors
Chairman: Bruce Bradburn, The Bradburn Company
John Bray, Vanguard Furniture
Bill Colegrove, aspenhome
Bob Duncan, American Leather
Wyatt Bassett, Vaughan-Bassett Furniture
Ralph Scozzafava, Furniture Brands International
Ron Wanek, Ashley Furniture
Tools to Get You Started
Company Solicitation Authorization
Individual Contribution Printable Form
Individual Contribution Online Form
Sample Letter to Involve Colleagues
 
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