Glider rockers are on the move

Evans, Gary
June 2001
Furniture/Today;06/11/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the introduction of glider rockers in the United States. Competition of manufacturers and merchandisers for the market share; Expansion on the use of the piece within the home; Role of leathers in the sale of glider rocker segment; Tips for selling glider rockers.


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