Heilig-Meyers to liquidate all but RoomStore

Engel, Clint
April 2001
Furniture/Today;04/16/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of Heilig-Meyers to close all of its remaining stores in the United States and focus on a RoomStore Division of almost a hundred stores. Goal of reducing almost a billion dollars in furniture, bedding and accessories sales in 2000; Companies considering a buyout of the Heilig-Meyers stores.


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