Weatherford Democrat


January 12, 2014

A century in the making


Keeping purchasing power local comes from having popular brands at a fair price throughout the years. Bunn said. Being honest with customers is something that keeps the customers coming back.

“Our sales staff is experienced, with a combined 100 years in the business, so we know what we’re talking about and will do our best for the customer,” Bunn said. “John Hatley, Kristina Rutledge and Petra DeRusse and I have all been here and all treat everyone the way we would want to be treated.”

Making the furniture buying experience simple and pleasurable for everyone is a key to the business being around for a century.

“We believe that if we tell someone something, it’s the truth or we were misinformed to begin with,” Bunn said. “People sometimes have had bad experiences with sales people or have some misconceptions. We will make the experience a pleasant one for our customers.”

The store is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For further information on Willhite Furniture and Sleep Gallery, call 817-594-7216 or visit


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