A foothold in business

Barrier, Michael
May 1995
Nation's Business;May95, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p16
Features the specialty sock store Foot Traffic owned and managed by Charles Barnard. Company background; Number of outlets in the United States; Growth of the company; Barnard's previous experiences in retailing.


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