No matter what type of space you work in, ergonomics is an integral element in your comfort and productivity in the workplace. Join us for our May Chamber Business Women (CBW) luncheon as Commerical Business Furniture (CBF) Owner Katy Mizer shares some of her extensive experience and vast knowledge on how creating the right work setting can make all the difference.
More about our speaker and her business: Woman-owned and family-run, CBF is led by Katy and her husband, Dale, who have over 30 years of combined experience in office furniture, sales, design, space planning, manufacturing, and ergonomics. Their son, Sawyer, is also a large part of the business providing sales assistance, ergonomic consulting, floor plans, and service.
CBF was established in Salem in 1869 as Commercial Book Store and has been a fixture on Commercial Street ever since. In 1952, Ray Gotchall joined the company as a commissioned salesperson and was with CBF for 61 years. Ray took over the company in 1992, moved to the location at 1070 Commercial St NE, rebranded to Commercial Business Furniture, and introduced his son, Steve to the business. In 2013, Ray and Steve transitioned into retirement and the Mizers were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to purchase CBF the next year.
Along with a great team of sales and service professionals, awesome local manufacturers and distributors, as well as distributors across the country, CBF strives to provide the best possible products and service to the Salem community and surrounding areas.