Case goods sources focus on what works

Russell, Thomas
April 2011
Furniture/Today;4/2/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 30, p122
Trade Publication
The article offers business updates on several case goods vendors. It states that Lexington Home Brands ventures with a new territory with Henry Link Trading Co. It mentions that Hooker Furniture Corp. is launching Felton, a 33-piece contemporary collection and Grandover, a bedroom with European touch, dining room, and occasional collection. Furthermore, 10 new bedroom groups with retail prices ranging from 1,499 to 1,999 dollars are being offered by Magnussen Home Furnishings Inc.


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