Retailer counts the cost of storm damage

August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/20/2004, Issue 5402, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the damage to retailer, Paul James Furnishings in West Midlands, England, when the roof of the its store collapsed due to the rain. Comments of owner James Phelan on the noise and damage caused by the rain; Estimated business loss of the store.


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