Land of Leather expands by a third to 15 as it continues to eschew IFC

Kidd, Andrew
August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/21/98, Issue 5102, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on London, England-based upholstery retailer Land of Leather's plan to open four additional stores in August 1998 as it continues its policy of eschewing interest free credit. Locations of planned stores; Merchandise.


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