Raymour & Flanigan is an American furniture retail chain, based in the Northeastern United States. Raymour’s Furniture Company, the predecessor of Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, was established by brothers, Bernard Goldberg and Arnold Goldberg in 1946. Raymour & Flanigan Furniture is one of the largest furniture retailers in the United States, as of 2010. The company has 110 stores and showrooms in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island as of 2015. Bernard Goldberg and his younger brother, Arnold Goldberg, co-founded the first Raymour Furniture store, the predecessor of Raymour & Flanigan, in late 1946 in downtown Syracuse, New York. The Goldberg brothers did not name their new store "Goldberg" because another store in the city owned by their relatives already used their given name. Instead, the brothers named their furniture store after an antiques shop on Long Island which was owned by another brother.