For the Record

Greenstein, David
December 2004
Home Textiles Today;12/20/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 16, p2
Trade Publication
Correction notice
The article presents a correction to two articles, which appeared in the December 13th issue of the journal "Home Textile Today." The article informs that the December 13th issue incorrectly identified a photo of industry consultant Joel Kaplan as Homestead founder and new London Fog Corp. CEO David Greenstein. The second mistake was about the wrong brand name in one of the articles. Charisma Home was incorrectly stated as Crocill Home.


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