These tigers prove business is out there

Allegrezza, Ray
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/15/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p2
Trade Publication
The author narrates the work ethic and corporate spirit that he has seen at a case goods and upholstery importer and manufacturer Home Line Industries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He observes no trace of apathy or boredom on the face of mission oriented staff armed with the tremendous communications efforts at the company. Home line will make its High Point debut March 2007 in a permanent showroom. A brief profile of the company is discussed.


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