Entertainment centers: Hooray for flat-panel TVs!

Thomas, Larry
September 2006
Furniture/Today;9/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of the demand and popularity of flat-panel televisions on the furniture industry in the U.S. Because of the decline of prices of televisions, their demand has increased, which resulted to a surge of demand for the industry. According to Hank Long, vice president of merchandising at Hooker Furniture Corp., the growth has re-invented the market for them. Moreover, it allows furniture designers to redesign and innovate furniture to suit thinner televisions.


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