October 18, 2010

American Signature, Inc. to Debut the Miss America Youth Collection

American Signature, Inc. launches the Miss America Youth Collection, on Oct. 25 at an exclusive event in Columbus, Ohio. Miss America 2010 Caressa Cameron and Miss America 1971 Phyllis George will both be on hand at Value City Furniture, 3700 West Dublin Granville Road, in Columbus from 6-8 p.m. on Oct. 25 to unveil the new line to the country. This event marks the official launch of the partnership between American Signature, Inc. and the Miss America Organization.

The furniture line will be available in American Signature Furniture and Value City Furniture stores on October 20. To view the exclusive collection, visit: www.missamericafurniture.com.

The Miss America Youth Collection was designed in collaboration with the Miss America Organization to represent the goals and legacy of the almost 90-year-old pageant. Elements of both the crown and the Miss America Organization’s logo were integrated into the elegant and whimsical design of the bedroom furniture for girls.

“As each Miss America is crowned, she becomes the embodiment of the organization with the iconic crown, which represents four points that symbolize; service, style, scholarship and success,” stated, Miss America 2010 Caressa Cameron. “These are wonderful ideals to aspire to, and this collection will also inspire little girls to dream of great things while making them feel like little princesses,” Cameron said.

The Miss America Youth Collection includes a variety of bedroom furniture options including vanity tables, media cabinets, night tables, dressers, upholstered chairs and even whimsical beds with detachable crown options that mature alongside every little girl.

American Signature, Inc. is committed to offering furniture collections that combine the everyday needs of parents with the everyday wishes of children.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Miss America Organization and create this one-of-a-kind collection,” said Jonathan Schottenstein, chief operations officer for American Signature, Inc. “The design and quality of the furniture represent what American Signature and the Miss America Organization have in common: a long history of commitment to quality, design and style.”

Items in the Miss America Youth Collection range in price from $229.00 to $799.00 and will be available in over 125 American Signature Furniture and Value City Furniture stores.

“The Miss America Collection helps girls’ dream big and believe that their dreams can come true, right at home,” stated the CEO & President of the Miss America Organization, Art McMaster. “We are thrilled to launch this collection with American Signature, Inc. this year, as we celebrate our 90th anniversary of the Miss America Pageant - where dreams still come true for young women across this great country.”

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