Flexa ending accounts in favor of own stores

Casinger, Lisa
October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p226
Trade Publication
The article reports that Denmark-based children's furniture maker Flexa Group has announced its decision to pull its product out of independent U.S. retailers to focus on selling in its own stores. Evidencing the company's decision is the opening of four Flexa Shops in the U.S., with locations in Hawaii, Glendale and La Habra, California and Virginia Beach, Virginia.


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