Manufacturers are losing goodwill

May 1998
Cabinet Maker;05/15/98, Issue 5088, p4
Trade Publication
Comments on the responsibility of furniture manufacturers about the quality of the fabric used for the covers of their furniture. Expectations of customers about the furniture covers; Loss of goodwill for the business; Issues of price and quality; Change in the attitudes of consumers.


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