August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/07/98, Issue 5100, p6
Trade Publication
Answers questions related to furniture merchandising. Enforcing a `sold as seen' policy at the furniture store; Dealing with suppliers who fail to meet the agreed delivery time and with unsatisfied consumers.


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