$1B 'curse' rattles Rooms' Seaman

Engel, Clint
February 2001
Furniture/Today;02/19/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 24, p2
Trade Publication
Interviews Rooms to Go President Jeff Seaman regarding the implications of the company's achievement of the billion-dollar mark in 2000. Companies that have had bad experiences after clearing the milestone; Estimated sales of the Duluth, Georgia-based retailer in 2000; Seaman's forecasts for the company; Strategies for growth; Projects planned in 2001.


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