Buyers hot on trail of promotional products

Heck, Angela
August 2008
Furniture/Today;8/18/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 49, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the preference of furniture buyers with regards to their choice of furniture. Colfax Furniture general manager Gary Woodham notes he is searching for vendors that will sell mixed containers of bedroom furniture. W.S. Badcock vice president of upholstery Mike Estridge asserts they have kept business going by advertising and trying to draw the customers attention. Morty Seaman of Rooms To Go said he will be looking for sofas retailing from $600 to $1000 in stripes or plaids.


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