Down-home success

Barnes, Marc
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/1/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents the business strategies adopted by Hubbard & Hoke Furniture located in Blytheville, Arkansas. In the Hubbard family, the children are trained to manage the business as adults. Hubbard & Hoke's management believe in personal involvement in business. The management gains the goodwill of the customers by participating in community development work. The management updates itself with the developments in the industry and spends time in training its sales personnel.


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