Shoppers switch on to shops for style

March 2004
Cabinet Maker;3/26/2004, Issue 5381, p14
Trade Publication
Highlights results of a survey of furniture shoppers in Great Britain, current as of March 26, 2004. Factors influencing the shopper choices of furniture; Age demographics; Social class; Home tenure; Extent by which in-store displays sway shopper ideas on what to buy. INSET: In focus.


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