Big thank you from FTBA

December 2001
Cabinet Maker;12/7/2001, Issue 5266, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the awarding of the Furnishing Trades Benevolent Association (FTBA) Supporter of the Year Award. Recognition of persons or companies with aid to charity; Expression of gratitude from FTBA; Schedule of the presentation of the awards.


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