Havertys gala celebrates 120 years

Engel, Clint
September 2004
Furniture/Today;9/27/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p62
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Havertys Furniture (Company). Havertys celebrated its 120 years in business by honoring past presidents and CEOs and recounting its rich history during a glittering function in Atlanta. The event was folded into Havertys' annual managers meeting. President and CEO Clarence Smith viewed the occasion as a rare opportunity to celebrate the past as well as "to look ahead to what he believed is a very bright future." Smith said "Havertys owes its longevity to the vision of its leaders and the hard work of its associates."


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