Casa Linda shifts to better goods in a better setting

Engel, Clint
July 2006
Furniture/Today;7/24/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p168
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the success of furniture-oriented retail company Casa Linda Homes in the retail trade in the U.S. The retail store's owner Ben Liberman has replaced its first store in Commerce, California with a four-store chain and managed to grow sales by 24% annually. Roughly 60% of the retailer's sales, or $26 million in 2005, come from furniture, bedding and accessories, with the remainder from electronics and appliances.


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