Durham plans return to Aug. Toronto show

July 2006
Furniture/Today;7/24/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p126
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The article reports on the return of bedroom maker Durham Furniture to Canada's Furniture Mart with a permanent space for the Toronto Summer Furniture Show set for August 14-16, 2006. Canada's Furniture Mart, is located at the International Center in Mississauga, Ontario. According to Durham Furniture CEO Keith McSpurren, the company' return after three years of absence at the show, reaffirms its commitment to building true partnerships with Canadian furniture retailers.


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