About the Client Family Farm & Home is a family-owned and operated company, founded in 2002 by Al Fansler, his son Tim Fansler and son-in-law Bob Tarrant, with a focus on providing outstanding customer service to every community served. Based in Muskegon,
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Here’s a list for you of standards that today’s customers expect in your website’s omnichannel user experience. This includes buy-online-pickup-in-store (BOPIS) and shipping methods enabling your customers to get what they want, where they want and when they want. We
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Introducing the Client Our client, Family Farm & Home, is a family-owned and operated company that prides itself on focusing on local community, providing the best quality products and expert advice to get the job done, at prices that make sense.
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