Items Tagged with 'Art Van'


Nonprofits meet Art Van challenge

July 8, 2016
A pair of West Michigan charities picked up prize grants through their participation in the Art Van Charity Challenge. Read More

Nonprofits compete in Charity Challenge

May 22, 2015
Nine West Michigan nonprofits are competing in a Midwest charity competition produced by a furniture retailer. Read More

Retailer hosts Ladies' Night Out benefit

March 18, 2015
An internationally known photographer will highlight a retailer’s Ladies' Night Out event this weekend. Read More

Retailer shoots 'sofies' downtown

September 17, 2014
Sofas and a celebrity photographer will be hitting the streets downtown tomorrow. Read More

Furniture retailer ranks third in nation

January 22, 2014
A furniture retailer with stores across the region just gave “Furniture City” its latest boost. Read More

Santa Parade strolls into downtown

November 22, 2013
Downtown Grand Rapids is kicking off the holiday season tomorrow. Read More

Art Van converts 31 Mattress World stores

August 6, 2013
Art Van Furniture will convert 31 of its Mattress World stores into a different store concept by the year’s end. Read More

Art Van frames Mother’s Day

May 3, 2013
Do mom a favor next weekend, skip the standard flowers and card and get her something she really wants — a smile-filled photo of the family. Read More

Psst — Tigers Worlds Series tickets up for grabs today at Meijer Gaines Township

October 26, 2012
Get your groceries, electronics and now Tigers World Series tickets at Meijer. The Gaines Township store, and Shelby Township store in metro Detroit, will be holding drawings for a pair of tickets to Saturday’s sold-out game at Comerica Park. The two locations will host a Detroit Tigers tailgate-themed pep rally with hot dogs, games and giveaways of the World Series tickets and other MLB merchandise. Read More

Art Van is newest philanthropist making a difference here

He spends $1.8 million for naming rights at sports complex.

October 19, 2012
When future generations of baseball lovers step into the West Michigan Sports Commission’s $7.8 million baseball-softball complex, they will read the name of not only the stadium, but of the man looking to leave his philanthropic mark in West Michigan. Read More