Here's the one retailer who isn't cutting back

Allegrezza, Ray
November 2001
Furniture/Today;11/26/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p27
Trade Publication
Focuses on the business dynamism of the furniture industry after the terrorist attacks in the United States. Increase customer attendance in a number of furniture retail stores; Need of the furniture businessmen of finding opportunities in the midst of the economic crisis; Consideration of the tragedy as a challenge for business and economic recovery.


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