High Point tightens security

Thomas, Larry
September 2001
Furniture/Today;9/24/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p37
Trade Publication
Reports the tightening of security among industries at High Point, North Carolina following the terrorism in New York City, New York. Economic impact of terrorism; Fears of marketing executives for the industry; Changes in the business planning.


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