Goettlers of Dublin is a Canadian company...and we are thrilled to be part of the #Canada150 celebration. Congratulations Canada!
For many years, #goettlersofdublin has merchandised and sold #designedandmadeincanada furniture, accessories and mattresses. We are most fortunate to have so many well designed and well built Canadian lines to show our customers. Lines such as Brentwood Classics, Leathercraft, Superstyle, Future Chair, Decor Rest, Northland Art, Trendline, Stylus, Palliser, Simmons Hideabed, Canadel, Durham, Beautyrest, Trica, Springwater Woodcraft, Julien Beaudoin and many others.
These furniture collections are all showcased in our heritage building, here in the Village of Dublin. Our building dates back to this country's Confederation era, circa 1867.
We are slowly and carefully restoring sections of the plant, exploiting the vernacular architecture of the day. This is a very exciting process... and has been an ongoing project for many years.
Our business started as a "RED and White" grocery store in the early 1950's by the late George Goettler. It is now owned by Stephen Goettler, and managed by his wife, Vivi Jensen Goettler, and son, George Goettler.
We are thrilled to announce our 65th year in business. We owe so much of this success to the families that have supported us from the grocery era, right through to the current furniture era. To all of our customers, past and present, a very warm and heart felt "Thank you".
As many of you know, #goettlersofdublin exploits holiday weekends for major sale events. This Canada Day weekend, we are not going to disappoint. We will be running our "CANADA150=$AVING$ sale ALL this Canada Day weekend. We will be offering substantial PRICE DROPS on #designedandmadeincanada.....and the savings reach up to 50%.
We will be OPEN all weekend....refreshments/music/hospitality will never be in short supply.
Follow our social media posts to see sale times and the winners of our Canada150 contest. facebook Instagram
Once again, have a great Canada Day weekend.....and oh yeah...."Happy Birthday Canada...eh".