SIXPENNY - A Technology-Based Home Furnishings Brand - Launches in New York City on November 5-6 with RoadSHOP

Press Release, November 1, 2016

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PR Newswire

NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2016

NEW YORK , Oct. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A fresh face in artisanal home furnishings is coming to town. The doors to the first-ever SIXPENNY RoadSHOP will open on November 5-6 in New York City—the initial stop along the countrywide launch tour. Next stop, Los Angeles on December 9-10. Designed to be a traveling home sensation, the RoadSHOP invites the public to discover the brand, try and buy the furnishings, and "make yourself at home in our home away from home."

The new retailer SIXPENNY will also launch its e-commerce website on November 5 , offering a unique, detail-conscious angle on affordable handcrafted furniture design:

Core to the brand's mission is a do-good element: SIXPENNY partners with impactful community-building programs, and six percent of every sale is donated in the form of valuable resources and supplies.

WHERE: RoadSHOP 165 Allen Street (Between Stanton & Rivington)

WHEN: Saturday, November 5 11am – 7pm Sunday, November 6 11am – 7pm

More on SIXPENNY: Having spent many years navigating the product-world, founders Jon Allen and Kevin Lehrer developed a vision to provide high-quality furniture at digestible prices without hidden compromise. Their vertical, direct-to-consumer approach allows SIXPENNY to focus on the small details at every step of the design and manufacturing process via three aesthetically distinct, in-house "shops": Archive (vintage-inspired contemporary), Foundry (authentic industrial), and Nest (offbeat farmhouse).

Photo Opportunities, images and interviews, please contact:

Casey Craighead Head & Hand PR (504) 220-2882

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