Harrison Beds starts global Revolution with L&P deal

Kidd, Andrew
October 1998
Cabinet Maker;10/09/98, Issue 5109, p2
Trade Publication
Focuses on bed maker Harrison Beds' licensing deal with Leggett & Platt for its Revolution spring system. Terms under deal; Features of Revolution systems used in beds offered by subsidiary Spink & Edgar; Introduction of commercial and renamed version of Revolution.


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