Hudson's Bay adds Waverly decor

June 2003
Home Textiles Today;6/2/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on Hudson's Bay Co.'s launched of a home merchandising program across its retail divisions with Waverly. Waverly's creation of an exclusive collection for Zellers, Hudson Bay's mass market division; Home Outfitters and The Bay's scheduled launch of their products by fall 2003; Comments of Waverly Lifestyle Group vice president, marketing and licensing, Carolyn D'Angelo on the company's mission.


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