Premarket efforts pay off

Russell, Thomas
August 2007
Furniture/Today;8/27/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the outcome of the furniture premarket in High Point, North Carolina. The event was participated by 16 sponsoring manufacturers and importers which showed retailers of the variety of products produced by each company. High Point Market Authority president Brian Casey said that the result was a positive step in sustaining the value of the industry in terms of introducing new products.


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