One retailer who got it right

July 2006
Furniture/Today;7/10/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p2
Trade Publication
The author applauds one furniture infomercial he has watched while he was on vacation. The furniture retailer on the infomercial described the retail experience that any customer would have upon entering the store. He started introducing the store's lowest-price arena to the area where satisfaction and enlightenment rules. He also explained additional services offered.


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