New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Lake Charles, LA
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No office in Lake Charles, LA is outside our service area.
WHAT WE DO.
“Define ‘full-service’ for me,” you say? Well, Office Barn is full-service in that selling new and used office furniture is just the beginning of what we do. Office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning are all areas in which we can help you. So really, we can do anything; we’re just waiting for you to call to perfect your office.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
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NEW TO LAKE CHARLES?
Here are some links to the best resources in the city. Hopefully, this will help you come to know and love your new home!
GETTING TO KNOW LAKE CHARLES
Others came to join the LeBleus, including a young man named Charles Sallier, who was also French. Sallier soon married the LeBleu’s daughter, and somehow also got the couple to name the lake and community after him. The lake was first called Charley’s Lake; maybe he proposed there, but I don’t know.
From these romantic beginnings (just leave it to the French), Lake Charles became an ethnically diverse settlement in the midst of Calcasieu Parish. In 1852, Lake Charles was named the Parish Seat. It was incorporated in 1867 with a population of 400.
The city was progressing as normal until the coming of Captain Daniel Goos in 1855. I kid you not, that was actually his name. And it gets better: Captain Goos opened up a lumber mill and a schooner port to export his timber, and the port was named Goosport.
Lake Charles is the city of once-in-a-lifetime lovable legends, apparently. In 1886, the Greater Lake Charles Chamber of Commerce began with a $2,000 investment in one-cent stamps to mail propaganda. That’s 200,000 stamps, people! Why—never mind.
And then there was rice milling, brought to you by Dr. Seaman A. Knapp of New York. Knapp also established what is known today nationally as the 4-H Club.
1882 saw the first public school open its doors to 203 students. The superintendent John McNeese was the man for whom the McNeese State University is named.
Whether it be exports of oil, sulfur, or lumber (Goosport again), Lake Charles has a successful and diversified economy and a unique culture that Office Barn is proud to support. We hope to help your business become as successful as Lake Charles, and help your dreams become as real as the city you live in.
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