Upholstery makers moving to spur sales in though climate

Gunin, Joan
August 2002
Furniture/Today;8/26/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 50, p27
Trade Publication
Reports that sales of upholstery are steady despite of a tough economy in Tupelo, Mississippi. Sharp pricing of upholstery; Manufacturers' creation of creative economic antidotes; Consumer behavior.


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