Excitement or extinction-you choose

January 2001
Cabinet Maker;01/12/2001, Issue 5220, p6
Trade Publication
Calls on the British furniture industry to pay attention to the comments made by David Imrie of Furniture Village that the industry is failing to stimulate the consumers. Call on manufacturers to offer alternative designs; Comments on the success of Karl Briant to evade arrest by claiming that he is broke.


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