October 2001
Cabinet Maker;10/12/2001, Issue 5259, p29
Trade Publication
Reports development on furniture industries activities as of October 2001. Fund raising campaign for the Institute of Cancer Research and Royal Marsden Hospital by furniture agents Tony Rose and Philip Swain in England; Scales tips towards harmony and taste by furnishing stars based on interiorstudio.com; Services offered by the corporate card replacement scheme of Furniture Trade Benevolent Association.


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