Home Furnishings Business Magazine
November 2016 Issue
It’s almost impossible to identify the typical furniture purchaser, but we’ll take a stab at it.
Historically named the “Baby Bust Generation,” Generation X babies are now roughly 35 to 50 years old and born between 1966 and 1981.
In all my training sessions with managers and sales people, we always begin with a discussion about the consumer – where she has been, how she got here and most importantly, what changes have occured in how she wants to be treated in our stores.
The neo-classic Hancock Buffet is a best-seller because of its versatility. It can be used in a dining room, hallway, or entryway.
Retailing veteran Brian Woods became CEO of Jerome’s Furniture on Sept. 7, taking the helm of a San Diego-based, family-owned retailer that has more than doubled in size in the past decade and opened its first stores in the ultra-competitive Orange County/Los Angeles market.
Market is behind us. And, the feedback from retailers who attended was there was some good product that will contribute to making it a great 2017.
We are overwhelmed with the election and this magazine will hit your desk right after the results are in. Don’t stop reading if you are like me - enough is enough.
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