Human Touch Returns to High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Human Touch, the manufacturer of massage chairs, has returned to High Point Market after a three-year absence.

The company exhibited in showroom IHFC-H517 at the market, which ends today. Among the new products it showed were the HT-Connect/AcuTouch 9500, which the company said is the first robotic massage chair to offer a fully customized massage. The new chair will be available at retailers nationwide and on humantouch.com, the company's Web site, beginning in June.

Andrew Cohen, president of Human Touch, said the company was prompted to come back to High Point, in part, by the large attendance of retailers and dealers that was forecasted for this month's market.

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