IKEA Centennial Gives Fire Victims a Break

Photo courtesy of IKEA.

Due to the devastating spread of fires throughout Colorado, IKEA in Centennial is offering a discount to those who’ve lost their homes. Victims of the High Park fire and the Waldo Canyon fire are able to purchase up to $10,000 worth of kitchen and home goods at 30% off.

β€œOn behalf of the IKEA Centennial family, we would like to offer our deepest sympathies to our neighbors,” stated IKEA’s manager of local marketing, PR and community outreach, Annie Boeckman.Β  β€œTo us, home is the most important place in the world and we hope for a quick renewal.”

IKEA is also offering complimentary Picking with Delivery, where they collect your purchased items and deliver them to wherever they’re needed. In order to take advantage of the discount starting June 29 through December 31, 2012, those who’ve lost their homes are to obtain proof of loss from the American Red Cross.

β€œAlthough we know that the treasures kept in the home are irreplaceable,” said store manager Kelly Frieze,Β “we would like to assist in helping restore those items that made your house a home.”




Lindsay is a California native who loves leather bags, killer heels and a bright shade of long-lasting lipstick. Β  Β She’s always on the lookout for a great guy in skinny jeans, but puts her independence and writing first, traveling to some of the best hotspots in Denver and all over the world looking for a good lede.

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