Standard Furniture Relocates Vegas Showroom
January 18, 2013,
LAS VEGAS-Standard Furniture, a manufacturer of wood furniture, has moved its Las Vegas Market showroom to room 1489 in building C of the World Market Center.
The company had previously been showing in room 1501 of building C. Measuring 25,000 square feet, the new showroom has a visually open and modern floor plan that allows for a more effective use of space, according to Todd Evans, Standard Furniture's president. Designed by the company's showroom designer, Vicki Garrett, it will feature a freestanding customer cafe in the center, surrounded by product displays and thus making it easier to view the company's various categories, according to a World Market Center statement.
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