Working at American Freight Furniture and Mattress: Careers and Employment
American Freight Furniture and Mattress has over 150 stores throughout the United States that are always open to the public. Year after year, famous manufacturers turn to American Freight Furniture and Mattress stores for quick liquidation and disbursement of unclaimed freight, cancelled orders, closeouts, overruns, and special buyouts. Our buyers purchase – more...only large volumes of brand name furniture; including famous manufacturers like Albany, Associated Bedding, Astoria, Beautyrest, Corinthian, Crownmark, Delta, Discovery World, Dr. Marvin’s Sleep Products, Encore, Guardian, Hardin, Hughes, Millcraft, Motion Eaze, Nordicrest, North Carolina Upholstery, Park Hill, Standard, Simmons, Serta, Solstice, Stewart & Hamilton, Worthington House. We currently have over 150 store locations across 28 states including Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Florida, Kentucky, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Georgia, Wisconsin, Arizona, Alabama, Minnesota, Virginia, and West Virginia, and we are rapidly growing.
American Freight Furniture and Mattress warehouses keep available stock of furniture for sale for every room in your home. We offer same day delivery on in-stock items and free layaway on all furniture, including sofas and love seats, sectionals, recliners, coffee and end tables, futons, and even lamps. Our bedroom sets and mattresses come in twin, full, queen, and king sizes with available dressers, mirrors, and nightstands. We also have bunk beds and captain’s beds for sale. Our mattresses come in all levels of firmness, including pillowtop and visco-elastic memory foam. American Freight also has dinette sets, formal dining room tables, bar and pub height tables, and kitchenettes for sale. We carry name brands like Serta and Simmons, as well as our very own house brands made in Columbus, Ohio and Tampa, FL. – less
What do employees at American Freight Furniture and Mattress say about culture and work-life balance?
Long story short, it is a classic bait and switch sales job. Luckily there is opportunity for advancement and the company does have the lowest prices.
Written by Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) from Orlando, FL on June 23, 2019
There was plenty of room for advancement. It is a fully commissioned (5%) job and the hours were long. Unfortunately in most cases there will not be AC so you will be selling out of a warehouse where half of the building acta as a showroom. The job will bring a great deal of customer service issues since the delivery teams are subcontracted and the - more...
Commission based pay, easy to take breaks when needed/wanted
Exposed to the climate and must deal with long hours