Holding on to summer

Millar, James
November 2002
Cabinet Maker;11/15/2002, Issue 5313, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the predicted growth of outdoor furniture sales in Great Britain in 2003. Factors attributed to the trend; Demand created by the increased awareness to quality by many consumers.


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