United Furniture Warehouse to open three more stores in Utah

Rattle, Barbara
October 2000
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;10/30/2000, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p5
Reports that United Furniture Warehouse will open a furniture retail store in Salt Lake City, Utah. Total number of store locations of the company within the state upon groundbreaking of the planned retail facility; Optimism of company officials that area consumers will react positively to its local retail presence; Overview on the retail strategy utilized by the company.


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