Bair, Jessica
April 2009
Central Penn Business Journal;4/24/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p3
The article reports on the efforts of York Wallcoverings to survive in its business in Pennsylvania. It states that the company starts to bring top-of-the-line furniture brands and other accessories into the showroom and design center at its headquarters to offer customers an example of how to put a room together. Store manager Suzanne Vernetti believes that the company's high-end furnishings and extensive offerings allow it to become a one-stop shop for those looking to decorate their homes.


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