City strengthens industry ties

Combs, Heath E.
February 2007
Furniture/Today;2/26/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that High Point strengthened its relationship with the distributors last year. The city announced eight economic development projects of residential furniture in 2006. The furniture companies involved include Future Foam, Lifestyle Enterprise, Legacy Classic Furniture and Stroheim & Romann. The article also discusses other issues including the incentive packages, support services and comments of the officials from the companies.


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