Ligo moves into larger High Point showroom

Russell, Thomas
January 2008
Furniture/Today;1/28/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 21, p161
Trade Publication
The article reports that casual dining and occasional importer Ligo Products has moved to a larger showroom in High Point, North Carolina. The company has transferred to the ground-floor spot of the National Furniture Mart once occupied by PeopLoungers. Detailed information regarding the impact of showroom relocation to the company's marketing performance is included.


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