Hey, grey spender, spend a little money with me

June 2001
Cabinet Maker;6/29/2001, Issue 5244, p13
Trade Publication
Presents survey results on furniture purchases in Great Britain. Identification of upholstery as the most popular choice; Factors affecting furniture sales; Implication of the research findings for furniture retailers.


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