S&S Dinette Center Liquidation; Thanks Community with Final Low-Price Deals
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - After 53 years of dedicated service to the Cleveland Heights community, S&S Dinette Center is closing its doors. Founded in 1969 by husband-and-wife Sidney and Sis Klein, the store has been a family-owned business from the start.
When they first opened, there were no specialty stores in the area, so the Kleins set out to cater to their customers' by customizing sets to fit their wants and needs. Eventually, their son Stan joined them in the business, and it quickly became a passion of his as well.
After Sidney passed away, their son Stan continued to work on keeping their dream alive and thriving in the community with his mother who continued to work in the store part time, and in 1978, Stan's wife Suzann joined in the business. Together, they worked hard to build and expand the shop over the years.
Now, as they prepare to say goodbye to their store, the Kleins are offering discounts of up to 20% off the entire store, including a selection of counter stools, bar stools, and pub height tables available for purchase. These items have been popular among customers over the years, and now is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of discounted prices on this high-quality furniture.
Temporary hours during this time are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 1pm to 4pm, and appointments are available when available. To learn more or to schedule an appointment to take advantage of these deals, please call 216-469-6105.
S&S is located at 3945 Mayfield Rd in Cleveland Heights, at the corner of Mayfield and Noble, near Warrensville Center Road.
The Kleins want to thank their customers for their support and patronage over the years, and they hope that the community will continue to support local businesses in the future. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, small businesses like S&S Dinette Center have continued to serve their communities with dedication and a commitment to excellence.
As the Kleins embark on this next chapter, they do so with gratitude for the support they have received from the Cleveland Heights community.