Dallas Market Center's Outdoor Living Shared Showroom Expands

International Floral & Gift CenterInternational Floral & Gift Center

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has relocated and expanded its Outdoor Living shared showroom.

The revamped showroom now contains more than 31,000 square feet of garden, patio and outdoor products. The new space will debut during the Total Home & Gift Market, Jan. 19-25, 2011.

Outdoor Living was formerly located on the sixth floor of the World Trade Center and will now be in the International Floral & Gift Center (IFGC) on the first floor adjacent to registration. The new space offers more room to grow the outdoor product category and a premier, first-floor location. In addition, the new location allows interior design professionals easy access with parking directly outside the building.

"Now more than ever, outside spaces are treated as additional living area," said Cindy Morris, chief operating officer, Dallas Market Center. "Outdoor Living addresses these needs and will offer even more products than ever before. The new location makes sense as we create greater visibility for exhibitors and deliver the most complete and easy-to-shop marketplace."

The growing list of Outdoor Living exhibitors committed to the new location include: Antonini Outdoor, Crestwood Garden Collection, Hansen Casual, Jackson Pottery, Pottery Land, Ratana Home & Floral, Red Carpet Studios, Seasonal Living Trading, Skyline Design, Telescope Casual Furniture, Texoma Marketing, Unique Stone, Upper Deck and many more.

During the January Total Home & Gift Market, a grand opening celebration will be held to unveil the new and expanded shared showroom.

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