Industry figures swing into action for charity event

August 2013
Cabinet Maker;8/23/2013, Issue 5850, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the annual charity golfing event by the Scottish Furniture Trades Benevolent Association (SFTBA) held at Deer Park Golf and Country Club in Livingstone, England on August 22, 2013.


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