Uno looks at concessions to help boost sales density

March 1999
Cabinet Maker;03/26/99, Issue 5131, p2
Trade Publication
Discloses the plan of upholstery retailer Uno, to reduce the amount of space it uses for upholstery and introduce concessions. Key concerns of the company; Comments of Chairman Paul Rosenblatt about the issue.


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