'We'll run stores our way' vows KoL team

de Melim, Richard
June 2003
Cabinet Maker;6/27/2003, Issue 5344, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that upholstery giant Kingdom of Leather (KoL) will by operated by KoL's management and not Natuzzi's after its takeover of the firm. Comments from KoL retail and marketing director Steve Adams; Profitability of KoL; Launch of additional Natuzzi galleries.


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