Tom Seely wins environmental award

May 2002
Furniture/Today;5/20/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p14
Trade Publication
Reports the achievement of an environmental stewardship award to Tom Seely Furniture from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. Presentation of awards to businesses, municipalities and individuals with contributions to environmental protection; Eligibility standards for the award; Products of Tom Seely Furniture.


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