Four Hands, HTL, Sealy to Open Expanded Vegas Showrooms
July 24, 2012,
LAS VEGAS-Four Hands, maker of home decor, furniture and lighting, will kick off the summer Las Vegas Market next week with a ribbon cutting for its recently expanded showroom at Las Vegas Design Center at World Market Center. The new showroom is located in Building A-140. It is one of several expanded showrooms at World Market Center here, according to International Market Centers, which owns and operates the show.
According to Paul Watson, vice president of Las Vegas Design Center, the energy at Four Hands is contagious. "Four Hands continues to play a major role in LVDC's progression as the region's most comprehensive resource for home furnishings," said Watson. "In the past year, LVDC has grown significantly, and Four Hands, true to its trend-setting form, is easily one of the most popular showrooms with retailers and designers alike."
HTL International and Sealy have also expanded their presence here. HTL International, a manufacturer of leather sofas and leather upholstery hides, expanded from a 10,000-square-foot showroom last Market to a 15,223-square-foot showroom and is relocating from Building C to Building B, Suite 900. Bedding company Sealy is also expanding from an 11,352-square-foot showroom to a 15,254-square-foot showroom. Sealy will remain in its present location, B-800.
"The expansion of a significant number of furniture showrooms is a testament to our value as the leading furniture market in the Western U.S. and the success these companies have had in serving their customer base and growing new accounts in Las Vegas," said Tom Mitchell, president of home furnishings for IMC. "These expanded showrooms pave the way for a stronger presentation of new product and popular lines by these leading companies, which in and of itself will drive more retailers to Las Vegas Market."
Las Vegas Market will take place July 30-Aug. 3.
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