The Chelsea at Manalapan has a new health services director. Brianna Allmann, a registered nurse, has been with Chelsea Senior Living as a support nurse for four years working in the Brick Township and Forsgate communities. She will now join the Manalapan location.
“This is definitely a huge accomplishment. I am proud and excited to start this journey,”
Allmann said. “I already know The Chelsea way. I am excited to be in this role to share
my knowledge and what I know with this community.”
Allmann is a third generation nurse. Her mother works as a director at a subacute care
center and her grandmother is a former emergency room nurse. Prior to working for The Chelsea, Allmann worked at a subacute care center and for a cardiologist.
La-Z-Boy has opened a new store at 348 W. Main St. (Route 537), Freehold Township. The new store occupies 15,600 square feet and features a selection of furniture for the entire home. The store represents the newest design format for La-Z-Boy.
“We offer furniture to fit nearly every lifestyle and design, and our beautiful new store in Freehold Township provides a refreshing new shopping experience for customers,” said Joseph L. Youngblood III, one of the store’s co-owners.
“La-Z-Boy today is so much more than recliners and customers will really be amazed when they walk into the new store to find state-of-the-art displays inviting them to relax and explore,” he said.
Furniture throughout the store is grouped by style, including “comfortably casual,” “modern retreat,” “classics revisited” and “family favorites.”
Customers who are looking to visualize their custom furniture dreams can use interactive design tools to render any La-Z-Boy product in their choice of hundreds of fabric and leather covers. La-Z-Boy stores also offer free design assistance from professionals.
“Our associates provide a comfortable shopping environment from selection through delivery,” Youngblood said. “Consumers can be assured they will enjoy a comfortable no-pressure experience while at our stores. We are truly here to help.”
For more information, call 732-637-5409.