N.C. program to train uph. workers

Combs, Heath E.
December 2008
Furniture/Today;12/8/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 14, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Combining Resources for Advancement of the Furniture Trade (CRAFT), a program which will offer classes to train furniture workers in North Carolina. The program is realized though several high-end upholstery and contract producers, local groups and a federal grant of $165,510. The program will also work to promote the image of high-end upholstered furniture manufacturing as a feasible career through marketing..


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