Industry raises $175,000 for City of Hope

September 2006
Furniture/Today;9/4/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p20
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The article features the fund raising event at the third annual Midwest dinner cruise of the charity's National Home Furnishings Industry Chapter. The collection of funds amounted to $175,000, which would be given to the City of Hope, an institution dedicated for prevention and cure of cancer. Various industrialist of furniture business such as Marvin Weiss, Maxton, Kathy Weiss, Joe Browne, La-Z-Boy, Cassandra Klatzco and others participated in this charitable event.


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