Bolick joins Cardi's as senior buyer

August 2006
Furniture/Today;8/7/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 47, p44
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The article reports on the inclusion of Heather Bolick as a senior buyer for leather upholstery, motion upholstery and rugs for Cardi's Furniture. She held various positions in different companies related to the furniture industry. She will report to Ron Spaziano, executive director of dales and purchasing for Cardi's.


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