Kenneth E. Dudley

President at Tip Top Furniture

Location:
9477 Route 32, Freehold, New York, United States
Company:
Tip Top Furniture
HQ Phone:
(518) 634-2226
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Last Updated 12/5/2016

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About Us | Tip Top Furniture | Freehold, NY, New York, 12431, Greene County

Kenneth E. Dudley, born in Westerlo and raised in Freehold, founded Tip Top Furniture in 1978.
I guess one could say that Ken was always a mover and shaker because he decided to get into the furniture business after buying a truckload of shoes off a buddy, which he then sold from the porch of his home in Freehold. Soon thereafter, he started to buy truckloads of furniture and shortly after that he bought the original Tip Top Furniture building. It was a brick building last operated as a tractor store connected to the Freehold Country Store. As time went on, there were many changes made to the Tip Top building. This was to make room for the many things that Tip Top sold over the years. In the 80's, we were one of the first to sell satellite dishes. In addition, Tip Top sold kitchen cabinets, appliances, TV's, wall paper, flooring, window treatments and lighting. Anything needed for one's home Ken tried to make room to sell. It was the beginning of his vision. One-stop shopping in Freehold! Who would have thunk it! Tragically, Ken lost his nearly 30,000 sq. ft. store and warehouse to a fire in 1990. One would think Ken would have given up after this, but instead he put up a tent in the front lot, ordered a new set of catalogs from his manufacturers and forged forward. He had a family to feed and people relying on him who had to do the same for theirs. Tip Top Store In 2010 Ken partered with the Serta Bedding plant in Coxsackie New York to put in an America's Mattress store in the Freehold location as well as a free standing store in Hudson.

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Kenneth E. Dudley, born in Westerlo and raised in Freehold, founded Tip Top Furniture in 1978.
I guess one could say that Ken was always a mover and shaker because he decided to get into the furniture business after buying a truckload of shoes off a buddy, which he then sold from the porch of his home in Freehold. Soon thereafter, he started to buy truckloads of furniture and shortly after that he bought the original Tip Top Furniture building. It was a brick building last operated as a tractor store connected to the Freehold Country Store. As time went on, there were many changes made to the Tip Top building. This was to make room for the many things that Tip Top sold over the years. In the 80's, we were one of the first to sell satellite dishes. In addition, Tip Top sold kitchen cabinets, appliances, TV's, wall paper, flooring, window treatments and lighting. Anything needed for one's home Ken tried to make room to sell. It was the beginning of his vision. One-stop shopping in Freehold! Who would have thunk it! Tragically, Ken lost his nearly 30,000 sq. ft. store and warehouse to a fire in 1990. One would think Ken would have given up after this, but instead he put up a tent in the front lot, ordered a new set of catalogs from his manufacturers and forged forward. He had a family to feed and people relying on him who had to do the same for theirs. Kenneth E. Dudley, born in Westerlo and raised in Freehold, founded Tip Top Furniture in 1978. I guess one could say that Ken was always a mover and shaker because he decided to get into the furniture business after buying a truckload of shoes off a buddy, which he then sold from the porch of his home in Freehold. Soon thereafter, he started to buy truckloads of furniture and shortly after that he bought the original Tip Top Furniture building. It was a brick building last operated as a tractor store connected to the Freehold Country Store. As time went on, there were many changes made to the Tip Top building. This was to make room for the many things that Tip Top sold over the years. In the 80's, we were one of the first to sell satellite dishes. In addition, Tip Top sold kitchen cabinets, appliances, TV's, wall paper, flooring, window treatments and lighting. Anything needed for one's home Ken tried to make room to sell. It was the beginning of his vision. One-stop shopping in Freehold! Who would have thunk it! Tragically, Ken lost his nearly 30,000 sq. ft. store and warehouse to a fire in 1990. One would think Ken would have given up after this, but instead he put up a tent in the front lot, ordered a new set of catalogs from his manufacturers and forged forward. He had a family to feed and people relying on him who had to do the same for theirs.

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Ariel Zangla in The Daily Freeman reports that Greene County legislators may appoint a former legislator, Kenneth Dudley, and Catskill car dealer Dan Lacy, to fill vacancies on the Greene County Industrial Development Agency's Board of Directors at a meeting this Wednesday.
Legislators on the Government Operations Committee on Monday, Aug. 15 gave approval to resolutions appointing Dudley of Freehold and Lacy of Catskill to the IDA's board. Dudley is a former county legislator and the owner of Tip Top Furniture in Freehold.

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