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What is Harrows?

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Harrows is an American outdoor furniture store chain located along the Northeastern coast. Their headquarters are located in Long Island where they have been in business since 1951, according to their company website.

Harrows is one of New England's premiere suppliers of outdoor patio furniture and products, pools and holiday themed decorations. They pride themselves on only offering the best of the top name brands in outdoor furniture and outdoor living products. They have six showrooms spread throughout different locations in New York State and New Jersey. Harrows is the largest Christmas retailer in Long Island, with a huge selection of artificial Christmas trees that, according to their Facebook page, are "so real they fool Santa!" However, artificial Christmas trees are not the only thing they're known for, they also carry a large range of lights, ornaments, tree trimming kits, ceramic houses and accessories, figurines, inflatable holiday characters, wrapping paper, stockings and more.

Their famous Christmas product selections aside, Harrows also has a broad range of products in many different styles for decks, patios, backyards, spas and outdoor or indoor pools. Harrows can help a home owner create an enjoyable outdoor living space, whether a backyard needs a new hammock or a new saltwater pool.

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