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RoomStore Gets Help on the Web

BY CSA STAFF

Waltham, Mass., Furniture.com today announced that it has signed an agreement to provide Richmond, Va.-based RoomStore, Inc.—a furniture retailer with 65 stores in six mid-Atlantic and Southern states—with exclusive geographic rights to Furniture.com’s industry-leading Web address, on-line sales and customer-service technology platform.

Curtis Kimbrell, president and CEO of RoomStore, said the partnership with Furniture.com will be an integral aspect of RoomStore’s growth in 2006 and beyond. RoomStore operates stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas.

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Wal-Mart Dodges Boycott With Apology

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Bentonville, Ark., The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights called off a boycott of Wal-Mart Stores after the retailer apologized for an e-mail that suggested that Christmas originated from many world religions.

The Catholic League had called the boycott after a customer-service employee responded to a customer’s complaint that Wal-Mart had replaced a “Merry Christmas” greeting with “Happy Holidays.” The employee responded that Christmas drew many of its rituals from many ancient peoples including the Visigoths, Celts and Semites.

Wal-Mart said the employee sent the message without review from his superiors and that it does not reflect the company’s opinion. The retailer also said that the employee no longer works for Wal-Mart.

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Wal-Mart Dodges Boycott With Apology

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Bentonville, Ark., The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights called off a boycott of Wal-Mart Stores after the retailer apologized for an e-mail that suggested that Christmas originated from many world religions.

The Catholic League had called the boycott after a customer-service employee responded to a customer’s complaint that Wal-Mart had replaced a “Merry Christmas” greeting with “Happy Holidays.” The employee responded that Christmas drew many of its rituals from many ancient peoples including the Visigoths, Celts and Semites.

Wal-Mart said the employee sent the message without review from his superiors and that it does not reflect the company’s opinion. The retailer also said that the employee no longer works for Wal-Mart.

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