Casey: Market 'can't afford to be arrogant'

Andrews, Susan M.
August 2006
Furniture/Today;8/14/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 48, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on highlights of the speech of Brian Casey, president of the International Home Furnishings Market Authority, delivered before members of the American Home Furnishings Alliance in Savannah, Georgia. He recalls his reaction upon learning that the High Point furniture market had no central registration system. He explains the efforts of his organization to bring the top 250 buyers to the High Point market.


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