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Gold Medal Fashion Large Twill Dorm Bean Bag Chair Red

Item# 268-HUD001-1-AF | Model# 30010284807 | Added on June 19, 2012 |
Gold Medal Fashion Large Twill Dorm Bean Bag Chair Red
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Filled with expanded polystyrene beans. Cover is a soft twill. Teardrop shape. Choice of red, purple, pink, denim blue, camouflage, or tie dye. Child-safe zipper. 102 inch circumference. Camouflage and Tie Dye are a Nylon Blend. The Fashion Large Dorm Bean Bag Chair is perfect for anywhere seating. It offers comfy back support and is great for watching TV listening to music reading or studying. This fashionable update to the classic bean bag chair is perfect for any dorm room or bedroom. It is filled with expanded polystyrene beans not the inferior Styrofoam you find in other bean bag chairs. Covered in soft twill and available in six colors: red purple pink denim blue camouflage and tie dye. This chair features a child-safe zipper and provides comfortable seating for all ages.In accordance with the Consumer Product Safety Commission this bean bag features a resealable safety closure. The closure seals each zipper and protects children from the age of 12 and younger.About Hudson Industries Inc.President Gary C. Hudson founded Hudson Industries Inc. in 1976. Since then the company has reliably fulfilled the needs of the medical and consumer industries with innovative homecare products. Today the company utilizes state-of-the-art equipment clean modern facilities and a trained technical staff to manufacture over 1 000 quality homecare foam products. Always striving to develop new and useful products Hudson Industries listens to suggestions from home healthcare customers when ... read more
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