Courts Sleepcentres plan to wake up brand

December 2001
Cabinet Maker;12/21/2001, Issue 5267, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Courts to open bed concessions in Carpetright and Harris Carpets on Boxing Day in Great Britain. Intention to cut cost and rejuvenate the brand; Sales of the retailer; Installation of a handheld computer system to streamline the sale process.


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