Furniture shoppers certainly get around

August 2002
Cabinet Maker;8/30/2002, Issue 5302, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses the results of a British survey on factors considered by consumers before buying furniture. Number of stores that a consumer expects to visit before making a final choice; Determination of whether consumers are looking for the best price, product or service; Breakdown of results according to sex, social class, age, home tenure and television region.


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