Door Store opens Queens unit

August 2006
Furniture/Today;8/21/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 49, p50
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The article reports that Door Store Furniture, a family-owned retail business, has opened its 10th store in Queens, New York. The store is accessible from the Long Island Expressway and the Brooklyn Queens Expressway and from mass transit terminals. The company claims to offer fashion-forward furniture at value prices.


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