(Note: This recall only applies to Tip-Restraints produced by New Age Industires and does not apply to furniture products produced by Legacy Classic | Modern.)

About Us

Our Roots

As the story goes Legacy Classic Furniture, Inc. began as three friends in an office with only a fax machine. But, that story isn’t far from the truth! The individuals that founded Legacy Classic Furniture, Inc. in 1999 had a clear vision, the entrepreneurial spirit to follow it, and the passion to make it a reality. They focused on creating retail partnerships built on trust, they offered innovative operational expertise, and they made quality their overriding objective. The result, over ten years later, is a respected company with dedicated employees that feels like a family run business. We are proud of our “legacy” and continue to work hard to strengthen the vision and passion that defined us in the beginning.

Our Impact

We believe in corporate responsibility and are active in the Furniture Industry. We are a member of the American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) and the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA). We are also a member of the U.S. government’s Customs–Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program.
Additionally, we feel it is important to help our neighbors whenever we can. As a result we routinely support the following non-profit groups through corporate giving, employee contributions, material donations, and employee volunteer efforts:

American Children’s Home
American Heart Association
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Cerebral Palsy Foundation
City of Hope
Food Assistance of NC
Furniture Bank of North Carolina
Habitat for Humanity
Hospice of High Point
Kiwanis Club of High Point
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Pajama Program
Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem
The Arc of High Point and Alamance – Patient Support
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
The Mental Health Association of High Point – Patient Support
Urban Ministries
United Way