First Rooms to Dream store opens

Kitchen, Jane
March 2003
Kids Today;Mar2003, p18
Reports that P.J. Kids has licensed the name of its Rooms to Dream line for the retail furniture business. Opening of the first licensed Rooms to Dream store in Corpus Christi, Texas on February 28, 2003; Description of the children's furniture store.


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