HGTV personalities Erin and Ben Napier will make an appearance at Belfort Furniture in Dulles at 1 p.m. April 27 to help unveil their new Virginia-produced home collections.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet the Napiers and register for a chance to win furniture giveaways and other prizes. Customers will enjoy live music and refreshments throughout the afternoon.

The Napiers are the stars of HGTV’s “Home Town,” based in Laurel, Mississippi. They are known for the impressive renovation of their own home in Laurel’s historical district.

At Belfort, they'll introduce their Laurel Mercantile Home Collection and their solid wood collection, Scotsman American Co. Heirloom. Belfort Furniture is the exclusive area retailer to feature the Napiers' collections, which are made in Virginia in partnership with Vaughan Bassett Furniture. The collections are said to reflect the Napiers' personal styles and uphold their mission to revitalize small-town America by manufacturing the furniture in the USA.

Erin Napier, a graphic designer, and Ben Napier, a youth minister, were discovered on Instagram and approached by HGTV to consider a show about homes in Laurel.

For a $20 donation, those wishing to attend can reserve a copy of the couple's book to be autographed at Belfortfurniture.com/grandopening. All book proceeds will be donated to Loudoun Habit for Humanity.

Belfort Furniture is located at 22250 Shaw Road in Dulles. For more information about the event, call 703-406-7600, email info@belfortfurniture.com or go to Belfortfurniture.com/grandopening.

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