HomeLife lands nearly $70M in funds

Engel, Clint
May 2001
Furniture/Today;05/21/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on HomeLife Furniture's acquisition of additional funding which enabled it to resume shipping and filling orders that had been put on hold. Companies that provided funds for the 128-store chain; Terms set by suppliers in resuming shipments to the chain; Outlook for the chain's operations following the cash infusion.


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