Sauder Expands High Point Showroom

ARCHBOLD, Ohio-Sauder Woodworking has acquired and completed construction of a 5,500-square-foot expansion of its showroom in the 220 Elm Building at the High Point Market. The expanded showroom, now totaling nearly 30,000 square-feet, will enable Sauder and sister company Progressive to more effectively showcase new and existing products as well as expanded categories of RTA.

"This space addition is thoughtfully designed to enhance our ability to exhibit the growing Sauder furniture line in lively at-home and retail environments," said Kevin Sauder, president and CEO. "It also provides more room for Progressive Furniture to expand its accent and dining displays, while still giving ample room to host dealer traffic and meetings."

The renovation includes a new Sauder interior entry lobby directly off the building escalators. Showroom amenities include six conference rooms and an 80-seat bistro naturally lit by large windows, plus technology upgrades. The entire showroom now features full wireless coverage with expanded bandwidth.

The Sauder showroom opens 8 a.m. Saturday, April 20, and runs daily through Wednesday, April 24, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The showroom is open Thursday, April 25, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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