Las Vegas Market Welcomes New Exhibitors, Expanded Showrooms
December 21, 2016,
LAS VEGAS-The upcoming Las Vegas Market will feature 11 new showrooms and nine expansions in the furniture and home décor categories.
Newcomers include DK City (A-934), Downlite (C-1574), Dynamic Furniture (B-1066), Muse Home (B-858), Home Insights (B-1104), Vi Spring (C-1562), Carpenter Co. (C-1575), Cheyenne Products (B-651), American Dining & Seating (A-548) and Woodbrook Designs (A-1022).
Among the major expansions are Abbyson Living to 11,000 square feet and CDI to 4,000 square feet in Building B, first floor; IMG USA and Fjords in Building B, sixth floor; LH Imports in Building B, seventh floor; ID USA in Building B, 10th floor; Global Home Group in Building B, 11th floor; and Gruppo Buoninfante Building C, 15th floor.
At the Dallas Market Center, Goetz Inc. is expanding its Trade Mart showroom and is adding a new division in a new showroom in the World Trade Center. For the January Total Home & Gift Market, Goetz will debut a Trade Mart showroom expansion of nearly 4,000 square feet to showcase the entire line of furniture, lighting, home accessories, tabletop, jewelry and holiday décor from design house Roost. Also during the January market, Goetz will present a soft opening of its 9,000-square-foot showroom for its new division in room 211 of the World Trade Center, with a more formal renovation and grand opening planned for June 2017. These additions will make Goetz the largest multiline exhibiting company in Dallas Market Center, according to a statement from the center.
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