How the Top 100 report is compiled

May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/28/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p46
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The article discusses how the "Furniture/Today" periodical compiles its Top 100 list of furniture stores in the U.S. The periodical ranks furniture stores by sales of furniture, bedding and decorative accessories. To qualify in the list, a retailer must specialize in home furnishings. Also, at least 25% of the retailer's furniture, bedding and decorative accessory sales must come from its stores.


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