Imax Worldwide to Celebrate Milestone in Vegas

IMAXLAS VEGAS-Imax Worldwide Home has reached its 30th year in business this year, and will celebrate at Las Vegas Market with an event on Monday, Jan. 27 in its showroom, Building A, A-429. The party kicks off with a champagne toast and cake at 3 p.m., and the festivities will continue until 5 p.m.

Founded by Al and Faye Bulak in 1984, Imax began as a small home business selling copper flower containers, and has since grown into a leading home decor company serving the retail, e-commerce, wholesale and hospitality industries. Its product line covers more than 4,500 active SKUs, which are displayed in permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, High Point, N.C., and Tulsa, Okla.--with a new showroom opening this April in Ontario, Calif.

"We create value for our customers by providing great products, good prices, quick shipping and unmatched customer service in a timely manner. Our focus has been and always will be on creating sales and value for our customers," said Al Bulak.

"The resources that we offer our customers are greater than ever," said Rex Yoakley, vice president of sales. "Our showrooms, catalogs, website, sales and customer service departments, logistics and operations are second to none in providing the total package."

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