Weather dictates Bank Holiday sales

Baylis, Sophie
June 2001
Cabinet Maker;06/01/2001, Issue 5240, p2
Trade Publication
Reports views on the impact of weather changes on furniture sales in Great Britain during the Bank Holiday weekend. Observation of furniture retailers on sales trends; Comparison of trading with other bank holidays; Assessment of customer traffic during the weekend.


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