La-Z-Boy brand lifts Lea Inds. youth line

September 2002
Furniture/Today;9/23/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p29
Trade Publication
Reports the marketing of the La-Z-Boy Youth Collection by Lea Industries company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Production of hang-tags, posters, and print advertisements by the company; Plans of the marketing program; Materials of the marketing program.


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