Sioux Falls, SD, March 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Astleford Restoration Studio has introduced an Antique Dealer Economic Stimulus plan to assist antique and collectible dealers and estate auction resellers boost their sales and increase their profits.
The Astleford Restoration Studio is an antiques and collectibles restoration studio located in Sioux Falls, SD, and is owned and operated by Mr. Matt Astleford. In addition to having an art degree from Buena Vista University, Mr. Astleford was professionally trained by a fourth generation art restorer while he worked at one of the premier art restoration companies in the US.
The Antique Dealer Economic Stimulus Plan consists of four ways antique and collectible dealers can work with the Astleford Restoration Studio, to boost their sales and increase their profits.
“The state of our economy has been tough on all of us. From the day I opened the Astleford Restoration Studio, I’ve made it a goal to provide high quality art and antique restoration services for an affordable price and this Economic Stimulus plan for antique and collectible dealers and estate auction resellers helps us achieve that goal,” said Matt Astleford, owner of the Astleford Restoration Studio.
Although the studio can restore any damaged porcelain or ceramic antique or collectible, it specializes in the restoration of collectible figurines, porcelain china, antique art pottery, and collectible beer steins.
The studio has restored hundreds of antiques and collectibles and is always looking for new clients.