Classic Leather focusing efforts on just one High Point market

Evans, Gary
July 2003
Furniture/Today;7/28/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on upper-end leather upholstery producer Classic Leather's plans to focus on one High Point, North Carolina market a year. Company's participation in the April 2004 market; Benefits from nonparticipation in the market.


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