Trump Teams with Dorya for Furniture

Trump HomeNEW YORK-The Trump Organization and Dorya International announced a new partnership to produce luxury furniture under the Trump Home brand for distribution initially in Turkey and to expand into key international markets.

The 50-piece contemporary collection will debut in February 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey, at a gala event. It will premiere in the United States during High Point Market in April 2014.

The international expansion of the Trump Home brand is part of a strategic initiative to build the brand's presence in targeted foreign markets. "We are thrilled to partner with Dorya, extending the Trump Home brand into the luxury market for furniture," said Cathy Hoffman Glosser, executive vice president of global licensing. "Dorya's reputation of impeccable quality, compelling style, and unique handcrafted design makes them a wonderful partner to create beautiful furniture that conveys the sophistication synonymous with the Trump name."

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