H.P. eyes $600K to lure La-Z-Boy

Russell, Thomas
November 2006
Furniture/Today;11/6/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p4
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The article reports on the likelihood that the city council in High Point, North Carolina may offer furniture retailer La-Z-Boy Inc as much as $600,000 in tax incentives to move its local divisional offices from neighboring city of Greensboro to High Point. The High Point City Council will consider the incentives package at a meeting set on November 6, 2006. If the city council approves the request, La-Z-Boy's board would consider relocating the offices at 4310 Regency Drive in High Point.


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