CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, recently partnered with Carleton College to renovate two student common areas at the university, replacing outdated pieces with high quality, yet affordable and sustainable, furnishings.
For the third time, CORT has furnished a home for a veteran and his family on the Military Makeover edition of Designing Spaces airing on Lifetime®, a signature women-focused home
CORT’s assistant district general manager in San Francisco, Roger Bonte, joined the United States Army in 1986, because he had a sense of service for his country that was instilled by his parents at a young age. Roger’s parents experienced the atrocities of WWII firsthand and shared many stories about the tough times they endured. In fact, Roger’s father was held in a Japanese POW Camp for three and a half years, and his mother lived in the Netherlands when it was occupied by the Nazis.
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