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Top 100 stores post 8.3% sales increase in 2014

top 100 coverHIGH POINT — The nation's largest furniture stores dominated in so many ways this past year.

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They snatched up more market share from other smaller furniture stores. They even increased their share of sales against all distribution channels, including e-commerce. And they grew their store counts by hundreds of new units.

Furniture/Today’s Top 100 U.S. furniture stores posted an 8.3% increase in furniture, bedding and accessories sales in 2014, growing revenue to a combined $37.05 billion. That’s up from $34.22 billion in 2013 and up from the $34.12 billion (and 7.8% gain) posted by the Top 100 companies on last year’s list.

For the complete report, see the 18 May 2015 print issue of Furniture/Today or click here for the electronic edition.

 

 

Clint EngelClint Engel | Senior Retail Editor, Furniture Today
cengel@furnituretoday.com

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