B-2 Temporaries at World Market Center to Feature 75 Lines

LAS VEGAS-The B-2 temporaries section of the World Market Center will present 75 furniture collections at the upcoming Las Vegas Market.

Located as usual on the second floor of Building B, the section will also include the Lodge Living area, which is relocating to this section from Building C. This section will feature homespun furniture and accessories for outdoor-inspired rooms in decors ranging from lodge to western, Santa Fe and desert living. Exhibitors in this area will include Montana Woodworks, Viking Log Furniture and Pure Country Rustic Decor.

Craig Staack, vice president of leasing-home furnishings for International Market Centers, parent of World Market Center, said the B-2 area enables attendees to "shop and experience the latest in American-made goods, top juvenile furniture, sustainable resources and see the latest from European suppliers."

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