Installation nation

Clark, Ken
December 2008
Home Channel News;12/15/2008, Vol. 34 Issue 16, p34
The article features George Sherman, senior vice president and president of Home Services at Home Depot Inc. Sherman states that any program represents a blended approach to home improvement retailing that combines the carpet segment with the Home Services division to work toward the unified goal of selling more carpet. He suggests that the significant strategy is playing out against a backdrop of declining average tickets for the world's largest home improvement retailer.


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