Where to rent chairs?

one red foldup chairEarlier this week Mindy asked on Twitter:

Can anyone recommend a place to rent chairs near Albany?

We retweeted. There were a handful of helpful suggestions. So we've collected them for the next person with that question.

The suggestions after the jump. And, of course, if know of a good place, please share!


Comments

How many do you need to rent? I needed 20 folding chairs for an event at my house. The True Value center on rt 4 in Troy/East Greenbush has a rental center. $1 per chair, but I just put them into my car - I don't know if they deliever.

Party Warehouse on Fuller Road. You could always send out an email to coworkers if you can borrow some also.

Very useful - thanks! I need to rent some tables (8x3' or so preferably) for next weekend, so I'll look at these places.

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