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Nathan Anthony Follows State-Mandated Suspension of Business Due to Coronavirus

While production and shipping of orders will be postponed through April 19, the company is still taking new purchase orders. 

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After California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a temporary mandatory Stay at Home Order for all non-essential businesses in the state, Nathan Anthony announced it will have to cease operations immediately. This order remains in effect until April 19, 2020 but could be lifted before that date.

The company says production and shipping of orders will be postponed until further notice. Should the Stay at Home Order be lifted earlier than expected, Nathan Anthony will contact customers directly with updates.

Nathan Anthony may receive new purchase orders via email. Brand Ambassador, Courtland Sciortino, is working remotely and is available at 949-500-0840 to provide information and help with new orders. Delivery lead times will be adjusted depending on when operations can resume. 

"We are not going anywhere! The temporary shutdown of all non-essential business in California is what's needed for our employees, our families and the common good. We look forward to returning to work as soon as it's allowed. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies, so we may continue to support our customers and communities," said a statement from founders Khai Mai and Tina Nicole.

In the interim, those with questions can reach out to Nathan Anthony at inquiries@nafurniture.com. The company will post company wide updates to its social media channels as well. 

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