Tax-free weekend returns to Massachusetts Aug. 11-12, 2012. During the two-day period, all purchases made in the Commonwealth totaling less than $2,500 will not be subject to state tax, which could mean significant savings when buying you or your piano-student child a piano.
“I think Massachusetts got it right to make the Tax-Free Weekend in mid August when so many families need to purchase school supplies, clothes and even furnish college dorm rooms… we just hope that anyone thinking about getting a piano will realize there’s a lot to choose from that is eligible for tax-free status.” All single, tangible items costing less than $2,500 and purchased for personal use are eligible under the tax-free promotion. So Piano Mill has reduced the price of dozens of pianos to be included in this special, limited opportunity. Piano Mill technicians have been working vigorously to prepare some recently acquired used pianos to be in showroom condition and ready to deliver to a new home in time for the Saturday-Sunday rush.
Rob Norris is optimistic that having a solid selection of pianos under $2,500 and heavily discounting some new pianos will draw a lot of interest and get people to visit the Rockland, MA location. With a generous trade-in and trade-up policy, these ‘starter’ pianos are the perfect way to get young piano students on the right track right away.
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