Casual dining buyers seek fresh ways to stir excitement

Combs, Heath E.
January 2008
Furniture/Today;1/28/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 21, p104
Trade Publication
The article presents marketing strategies of furniture companies in Las Vegas, Nevada. Accordingly, the product resources will make way for new items that can stimulate sales, and could be a good place to pick closeouts. It also mentioned that the bigger focus on natural organic wood grains and play on surface textures will see growing demand for rustic, artisan styles, and simpleline furniture. Furthermore, working hard and trying fresh design ideas will maintain the construction integrity.


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