Christmas spree keeps order books healthy

November 2002
Cabinet Maker;11/22/2002, Issue 5314, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the business performance of several furniture companies during the Christmas season. Increase of the sales of various firms; Selection of different styles of bedroom cabinets and upholstery; Factors influencing the people to purchase more furniture.


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