Riverside Furniture Renews, Relocates to New Showroom at Las Vegas Market

LAS VEGAS-World Market Center Las Vegas announced that Riverside Furniture has renewed its partnership with Las Vegas Market and relocated to a new, nearly 6,400-square-foot showroom in Building B, Suite B-1080.

"We are excited with the high visibility this new space will offer with plenty of window frontage and proximity to the escalators and the skywalk to Building A," said Fred Henjes, president and chief executive officer of Riverside Furniture. "We have historically had good traffic at this market and anticipate it will increase significantly in this new space. Business conditions are improved and we think this will be a strong market for us."

Founded in 1946, Riverside Furniture develops, imports and markets a broad range of well designed and functional occasional tables, home office, entertainment, dining and bedroom furnishings.

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