Richter sets High Point showroom building for Oct

March 2001
Furniture/Today;03/19/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p31
Trade Publication
Informs that California-based upholstery and case goods maker Richter Furniture has acquired a building in High Point, North Carolina and will move its showroom there for the October 2001 market. Renovation of the building.


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