was a furniture store that was founded in 1913 by two Lithuanian immigrants who named the store after their surnames. Their headquarters were in Richmond, Virginia
, and the store became the largest furniture retailer in United States of America
by the 1980s. Heilig-Meyers filed for bankruptcy in August 2000 because of their failure to make debt payments. It was also the main sponsor for Bobby Hillin, Jr.
, Dick Trickle
and Mike Wallace
during their NASCAR
careers at one point in time.