This series of blog posts will focus on the main pages throughout the new website, their purpose as well as navigation.
The resources page is the place where you can find more information about Sauder Worship Seating. http://www.sauderworship.com/resources
The FAQs page provides a vast array of information about pricing, products, sales, company information service/repair and delivery. While the Blog is where you can read and subscribe to blog posts.
The Literature page is the collection of all Sauder Worship Seating literature pieces available for download. The Finishes page includes information about wood species and finishes. All finish cards are available here for download too. The Fabrics page contains fabric pattern cards available for download. The Video page contains all videos that have been produced to help you work through typical stain or scratch problems with your furniture as well as installation videos. The My Resource Library (MRL) is a unique online tool where you can build your own custom project binder. Use the link on the page to navigate to their website to begin today! http://myresourcelibrary.com/
The Worship Furniture Specifications page includes all furniture specifications available. The specifications can be used to help build the bid guidelines and ensures anyone interested in bidding on your project must meet or exceed these requirements. This helps ensure a high level of quality and durability of the furniture you need for your worship space. Courtroom Furniture Specifications page includes specifications specific to the courtroom market and helps provide defined needs of the furniture including quality and durability.
Please be sure to contact your Sales Representative today to begin your journey with Sauder Worship Seating!
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This post was written by Amanda Opdycke