This Indiana retailer has a thing about pigs

Engel, Clint
November 2002
Furniture/Today;11/18/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p46
Trade Publication
Focuses on the social service contributed by furniture retailer Pat Coslett in Evansville, Indiana. Incorporation of fun in the showroom; Use of animals in drug awareness campaigns; Amount raised for charity.


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