A strange way to drive sales

May 2004
Cabinet Maker;5/28/2004, Issue 5390, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the damage incurred by furniture retailer Glendevon Furnishings when a woman in her eighties crashed through the store's display window. Cost of repairing the window; Value of damaged stock.


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