Nason's debuts new product mix during "Luck of the Irish" sales event

2014-03-16T00:00:00Z Nason's debuts new product mix during "Luck of the Irish" sales event
March 16, 2014 12:00 am

Change is afoot at Nason’s Appliance Co. in Crown Point, and there’s no better time to see what’s new than during their annual St. Patrick’s Day Sale Extravaganza.

As always, there will be great deals on everything customers need to update their appliances – which will ultimately save even more green once the old energy guzzlers are replaced with brand-new Energy Star-rated appliances. Look for “Luck of the Irish” savings on everything from gas ranges, French door refrigerators and tall-tub dishwashers to high efficiency washers and dryers.

Mattresses have replaced televisions at Nason’s.

“We made the decision to no longer display televisions and added a mattress showroom,” owner Eric Hart says. “With Sealy on the way and King Koil - which is the oldest bedding manufacturer in the world - we can save you hundreds if not thousands on a great mattress made with higher quality material than many of the ‘brand name’ manufactures with a 20-year warranty. From value to luxury, we have you covered.”

Customers can check out all the details online. Nason’s recently introduced a new and improved website at to go along with their fresh, new product mix.

“We take pride in what we do, and we want the people in our community to see how committed we are to making sure they remember a positive experience each and every time they visit or call Nason’s,” Hart adds. “We’ve been around for more than 75 years now, and our customers have a lot to do with that. We genuinely appreciate them and remain focused on doing what’s best for the customer at Nason’s.”

For example, Hart points out that it’s a big misconception among consumers today that independent stores cannot compete with box stores.

“That’s outrageous! Our volume and buying group allow for us to beat any advertised special in print more than 90 percent of the time for the products we carry,” he explains. “Plus, all of our installation and delivery costs are straight forward and usually end up being less than our competitors as they pull the blindfolds over their customers’ eyes promising free delivery, then riddling them with fees for kits. Another thing that’s really important to our customers is the fact that we keep our dollars local. Keeping it within the community means we are always contributing to local youth programs and school systems that need our support.”

As one of Indiana’s largest independent appliance stores, Nason’s works closely with their manufacturers in order to offer dependable service after the sale.

“Nobody's perfect, but I feel if a problem arises we have more control working tightly with our manufacturers rep and having a direct contact with our delivery personnel and servicers in the field eliminating the need for calling a 1-800 number all while getting you the best deal for your dollar because that is what providing great service is all about,” Hart says. “We know your time is valuable, so if you ever have a service issue with an appliance from Nason’s, you simply need to call the store, and a real live employee will answer. Not only will they listen to what you have to say, they can get everything set up for you in less than five minutes. We often hear about how refreshing that is.”

Nason’s store hours are Monday through Thursday 9am to 7pm, Friday and Saturday 9am to 5pm. Normally closed on Sunday, Nason’s will be open Sunday, March 16 to kick off their “Luck of the Irish” sale week.

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