Springs to offer line of Rockwell

Lazaro, Marvin
June 2001
Home Textiles Today;06/18/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the license agreement between Norman Rockwell Estate Licensing Company, Earthbound LLC and Springs Industries in the United States. Selection of bed and bath lines as licensed products; Product packaging and advertising; Comments from vice president Leslie Gillock of Springs brand management on the nostalgic trend.


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