For the record
Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 10/7/2002 12:00:00 AM
An article in the Sept. 30 issue of HTT about Dan River did not accurately reflect certain strategies in its specialty and department store business. The article stated that there is a business segment developing "under the $200 queen/king business." In fact, the business is developing under the $279/$299 queen/king business, with attention being paid to the $200 business. In addition, the "strong and growing" portion of the division's business is in the $80 to $130 range.
Also, in the Sept. 16 issue of HTT two group photos from Decosit were misidentified. Photo No. 1 on page 8 should have been accompanied by a caption reading "Nita Agarwal, left, and Mukal Agarwal, with Raajh Mundhra, all of Zenith." On page 10, the Decosit photo on the bottom of the page should have been accompanied by a caption reading "Patrick Geysels, left, and Koenraad Beaufays, both of Decosit, with Michel Libeert, Libeco-Lagae."
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