Surya to Debut Doubled Atlanta Showroom Next Month

CALHOUN, Ga.-Surya plans to double its presence at AmericasMart next month, with the unveiling of its new 13,500-square-foot showroom, 11-A-1. Formerly on the rug-only sixth floor of Building 1, the new showroom is now among home accessories exhibitors on the 11th floor of Building 1. Besides rugs, Surya also offers a full line of decorative pillows, throws, poufs and wall art.

"Across every aspect of its brand, Surya epitomizes innovation," said Jeffrey L. Portman, Sr., president and chief operating officer, AmericasMart Atlanta. "Its forward-reaching product mix, design aesthetic and marketing indicatives define a company both grounded in tradition and compelled to the future. We expect to see all of this and more, showcased in Surya's expanded space."

Satya Tiwari, president, Surya added, "We're excited about this expansion. The larger space on the home accessory geared 11th floor will allow us to showcase a complete range of Surya's lifestyle products in a more convenient location."

The new showroom is the latest one for the company this year, which included the debut of a 26,000-square-foot showroom in High Point Market's Showplace, as well as the expansion into the Tupelo Furniture Market.

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