- The ideal starter. // Cabinet Maker;2/14/2003, Issue 5324, p10
Highlights the Furniture Awards Gala Dinner sponsored by Morris Furniture Group. Appearance of businessman Robert Morris in the event; List of entertainers performing for the night.
- Roy makes it a Morris hat trick. // Cabinet Maker;02/19/99, Issue 5126, p36
Features Roy Ellis, an agent for Morris Furniture's West Midlands division, who won the company's Salesperson of the Year trophy for the third time. Ellis' sales performance in 1998.
- Seeing the funny side. // Cabinet Maker;7/5/2002, Issue 5294, p29
Reports the 2002 Ernst & Young Scottish Entrepreneur of the Year award which was received by joint managing director Robert Morris of family-owned company Morris Furniture of Scotland. Importance of the award to Morris; Contributions of Morris to the company; Description of his acceptance of...
- The Morris factor. // Cabinet Maker;1/27/2006, Issue 5473, p35
The article reports on the recognition of sales agents that have the "X factor" by the Morris Furniture Group at the Morris Group National Sales Conference in Great Britain.
- Morris to unveil new product. // Cabinet Maker;12/05/97, Issue 5067, p4
Details the plan of Morris Furniture to launch its new line of cabinets in a preview to be held on December 8-10, 1997. Alan Higgins as the host of the event.
- Extra time off. // Cabinet Maker;06/12/98, Issue 5092, p2
Discloses that Glasgow, Scotland-based firm Morris Furniture has given its employees a paid time off to watch the football match between Scotland and Brazil.
- Extra capacity helps Morris. // Cabinet Maker;10/29/99, Issue 5161, p5
Reports that Morris Furniture has opened a new furniture factory in Great Britain.
- Jump to it. // Cabinet Maker;9/21/2001, Issue 5256, p29
Focuses on the fundraising of Morris Furniture company through a freefall parachute jump. Location of the event; Number of staff participated in the event; Participation of the company managing director Robert Morris in the event.
- A taste of Bangkok. // Cabinet Maker;1/4/2001, Issue 5268, p29
Reports that the Morris Furniture has introduced the tuk tuk motorcycle with a carriage attached to its Glasgow, Scotland factory sites.