Havertys Sept. sales off 14.3%

October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/15/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p74
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The article reports on the decline in the sales of Atlanta, Georgia-based furniture retailer Havertys Furniture in September 2007. Total monthly sales for the retailer decreased 14.3% to $62.1 million, compared with $72.4 million in September 2006. Havertys President and CEO Clarence Smith state that there was a big gap between delivered and written business during the month, noting that total written business was down about 4% in September and down 6% for the quarter.


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