Lane takes showroom on the road

Gunin, Joan
October 2008
Furniture/Today;10/13/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the mobile showroom of Lane Home Furnishings. It mentions that the company will provide a one week preview of its Home Entertainment Tour experience at the High Point Market. Furthermore, The mobile showroom will also make some important visits planned at 50 to 60 stores in 2009. According to Lane president Skipper Holliman, the company has invested over $1 million for the showroom.


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