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Taking Care of the Customer

Robert BellMar 19,2015
Current News

Customer service is easy to preach, but harder to teach. Here’s how to set up a training program where everyone is involved — and everyone wins.

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The Cool Factor

Robert BellMar 19,2015
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Suddenly, furniture is hip again. Keeping it there is going to take a team effort — from retailers to reps to manufacturers.

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Industry Icons Epperson and Koenig added to HFA Conference Agenda

adminMar 2,2015
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Roseville, CA, Monday, March 2, 2015— The Home Furnishings Association (HFA) is excited to announce that industry icons Jerry Epperson, partner, Mann, Armistead & Epperson and Keith Koenig, president, City Furniture have been added to the agenda for the Home Furnishings Networking Conference, May 17-19 in Orlando, Fla. Jerry Epperson will share his exclusive report, The Golden Age of Furniture Retailing, with attendees on Monday, May 18 at the lunch hour. While Epperson’s insight and reports are shared widely throughout the industry, this particular report is exclusive to HFA’s HFNC. Epperson will discuss the issues keeping home furnishings […]

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Picking Up Where Dad Left Off

Robert BellFeb 26,2015
Next Generation Now

Until the PGA comes calling, Jacob Shevin is content running Standard Furniture.

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Made in America: Is it worth it?

Robert BellFeb 25,2015
Current News

Seeing a Made in America label on the dining table you just bought may elicit warm fuzzy feelings for many of you, but does it mean that much to today’s consumer? Does it matter to your bottom line? Some in the industry say yes and yes.

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