Number's up for bed etailer

November 2001
Cabinet Maker;11/9/2001, Issue 5263, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the rename of Beds 123 to Beds 999 after objections from furniture electronic retailer Furniture 123 in Great Britain. Partnership of Furniture 123 with America Online and Beds 123; Differentiation between Furniture 123 and Beds 123; Action of Furniture 123 to prevent confusion to website visitors.


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