ACB Customer Rewards Program

A lot of you may already know of, and are part of The Barn’s customer rewards program. But, for those of you who don’t, this is a new program that we started a little while ago.
It’s real simple. Next time you shop at one of our stores, just ask to be in the rewards program. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s free! We promise that we will not use any of the information you give us, other than to keep track of your rewards, and maybe send a birthday card.
So what does this rewards program thingy do? We will be changing the promotion every once in a while, but the current promotion is, a $10 gift card for every $250 you spend. Those of you that are furnishing your homes are finding that the rewards program is making it a lot cheaper to decorate your home also by using the your rewards $Bucks!!

On another note… Our first newsletter will be coming out soon! Those of you who are ACB fans, but have not signed up for the newsletter and would like to receive it, should just put your email in the box in the upper right corner of the page.

As you may have noticed, we have been very busy adding content to the website and you can now find the Amish hardwood furniture collections here. You can choose from a wide selection of dining furniture including tables, chairs, hutches, cupboards and bedroom furniture including bed frames and headboards, night stands, dressers, and other bedroom furniture. Next up is living room furniture and children’s furniture including cribs and changing tables.

We are still working on making the site shop-able, but figuring out shipping details is proving to be a challenge.

Website Metamorphosis

It’s been a couple of weeks since we have written a new post. That’s because we have been very busy getting the website ready to go shopable. We have added lots of new items, descriptions, color chips and photos. We have checked pricing, furniture dimensions and are working on shipping costs now. The website itself has changed a bit and will continue to grow and evolve as time goes on. Our main concern is making sure that you have a a pleasant and problem free transaction when you purchase from the website. Your satisfaction is, of course, very important to us so where it may appear that we are taking a while to get things done, just know that we are “taking our time”!
Best wishes from the crew at The Amish Country Barn

Check out the new category: Outdoor Furniture, more on this subject soon!

Up and Running.

It’s taken some time to get here but our new website is up and running. We certainly would have liked to have more content on for you but we decided it was better to have a little content on and ACCURATE rather than have tons of stuff and have tons of mistakes to go along with it.
Please just keep in mind that there could still be some inaccurate prices and descriptions and we do reserve the right to make corrections, also, some pieces that you see on the website MAY NOT be available in our stores as our inventory changes daily. You can call us to check on availability and finishes. You can also special order anything you see – furniture pieces can take 8+ weeks to come in.
We welcome any comments and suggestions so send us an email or call when you have something to say.
You can contact us by the form on this page.
Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter (to the right) to get an occasional email about special events, sales, coupons or when there is something exciting to tell you.
That’s it for now. I hope you enjoy the new website!
The Webmaster

There goes the neighborhood

We are on our way to Lancaster county to get some new inventory and take a bunch of pictures for the NEW website. Tim’s eye was bothering him on the way down so we decided to stop and spend the night in Hartford. The nice thing is, we get to spend some time together, get a good nights sleep, and start fresh tomorrow. This will be my first visit to Amish country and I’m really looking forward to it. I’m sure there will be great photo ops around every corner. I’m also very interested to learn about the Amish people and their traditions.

Jesse