Havertys November sales inch up 1 %

December 2006
Furniture/Today;12/11/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p54
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The article reports on the increase in Havertys Furniture company's November sales by 1% in Atlanta, Georgia. Havertys reported sales increase to $785.2 million for the first 11 months, with same-store sales up by 3%. However, the November sales bounced back after an unusually weak October sales, with a decline in total sales to 7.6% and same-store volume fell 10.1%.


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