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  • rwcva rwcva Aug 1, 2000 11:58 AM Flag

    You're right: product looks great

    As of Friday we now have around 30 pieces on the
    floor, full dining room and bedroom now on display.
    Occasional also, and what should be a big seller...the wall

    I am still very disappointed with the quality as
    compared to similar price points of items from Hooker, and

    Continental Tapestry is now a minor feature on our floor
    because of it's slow selling as salespeople stayed away
    from it.

    you're right...these

    Look great, just don't get too involved with looking
    at drawer construction, gluing, among other

    However, this increases our selling of Lexington: we use
    the Broyhill to show our customers what 30% more will
    buy in Lexington.

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    • i think they were referring to helig meyer

    • What's your impression of Stanley's products? They seem to have some decent kids and home office items, but what about their other lines?

      • 1 Reply to austinman830
      • Stanley offers some of the best value in the

        I should have included Stanley in my reply about
        showing other lines as an upgrade from

        Recently I was on vacation in Vancouver,British Columbia.
        There is a department store chain in Canada, known as
        the Hudson Bay Company. They have a nice store in
        downtown Vancouver and a very good looking furniture floor
        (approx 30,000 sg ft.) Furniture prices
        there are
        almost double what they are here in the eastern US, but
        the value is still there.

        Shipping furniture
        over 3000 miles and thru Canadian tariffs still sees
        Stanley as a value line for their Canadian

        The "Reflections of the 20th Century" line looks
        great, made well. ( except I wish they would have used
        wood on wood drawer glides.) Exceptionally looking

        "British Colony" is really right on for the current