Moran, Gwen
July 2005
Entrepreneur;Jul2005, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p76
Reports on how fast delivery services can benefit retailers like New Albany, Indiana-based furniture retailer Classic Furniture and Sleep World. Reason why the company sends its salesperson when delivering the furniture; Advice of James E. Dion, president of Dionco Inc., to retailers.


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