Good planning is child's play

Dixon, Audrey
July 2002
Cabinet Maker;7/26/2002, Issue 5297, p7
Trade Publication
Stresses the growing importance of children as consumers for furniture retailers. Changes in the purchasing power of children; Annual value of juvenile product sales; Key factors influencing consumers in choosing a furniture store; Reasons for deciding to shop.


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