Traditional furniture stores often the first stop

April 2010
Furniture/Today;4/17/2010, Vol. 34 Issue 32, special section p6
Trade Publication
The article presents survey on the purchase of recliners in the U.S. Survey shows that over half of the consumers will check on recliner offerings through traditional furniture stores. It reveals the expectation of consumers to pay more for a leather recliner than a fabric recliner. It points out that seven out of ten consumers spend less than 500 dollars in purchasing a fabric recliner.


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