Perry Office Plus Announces Local Acquisition, Knoll Furniture Alignment

Temple office products and furniture dealer Perry Office Plus has announced the acquisition of another local furniture dealer, Commercial Furniture Solutions (CFS), as well as their new alignment with furniture manufacturer, Knoll, Inc.

Perry Office Plus owners, Debbie and Harry Macey, and CFS owner Billy Wren completed the acquisition after partnering on recent projects.

“We are excited to bring the expertise and resources of Perry Office Plus to CFS customers,” Mr. Macey said.

Perry Furniture Manager Jessica Speer said Mr. Wren will transition to a sales role within her team.

Perry also announced the company is now a Knoll furniture dealer.

“Knoll emphasizes quality and design in their products,” Ms. Speer said, adding that Knoll is widely respected in the architecture and design community. “We believe this alignment will help keep more furniture projects in the local area. Rather than looking to a furniture dealer in Austin or Dallas, project managers now have even more reasons to look to Perry Office Plus, right here in Temple, for design, sales, and installation of projects of any size.”

The Perry Office Plus furniture team consists of design consultants, project managers, and installation specialists. The team recently completed the design and installation of complete furniture solutions at the new Santa Fe Business Plaza in downtown Temple, including the Temple Chamber of Commerce, Temple Economic Development Corporation, Central Texas Workforce, and Temple ISD Administration Building.

About Perry Office Plus
Perry Office Plus will celebrate 99 years in business in 2019. The company is headquartered in Temple, Texas and is one of the largest independent office products and furniture dealers in the State. Beyond office essentials, Perry offers complete furniture solutions, as well as janitorial and break room supplies, and custom promotional products. Their more than 35 team members share the company’s commitment to service and community involvement, and are led by local natives, Harry & Debbie Macey. For more information, visit