Aidan Gray Opens First Corporate Showroom in Dallas

DALLAS-Home decor, furniture and lighting manufacturer Aidan Gray will open its first corporate showroom at Dallas Market Center, debuting during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market next month.

Located in the World Trade Center, 5-523, the showroom is more than 3,100 square feet.

"Aidan Gray is an industry leader with exceptional quality and detail-oriented products," said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. "We are thrilled to have their first corporate showroom in Dallas and look forward to watching their continued success."

Derrick Ricketts, national sales manager, Aidan Gray, added, "We feel like we are coming back to our roots, since we launched nine years ago in a temporary booth in Dallas. Our new flagship corporate showroom will bring together all the best of Aidan Gray in the strongest presentation nationwide, allowing our retailers a better understanding of what the Aidan Gray lifestyle is all about."

Aidan Gray was founded by Randal Weeks in 2003.

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