Walker Edison Renews World Market Center Lease

WalkerEdisonLAS VEGAS-Furniture vendor Walker Edison has renewed its lease for its World Market Center showroom for an additional three years, according to a statement from the World Market Center.

The company's show space is located in room 642 of building A, and measures 2,500 square feet. For this week's Las Vegas Market, Walker Edison is introducing 30 SKUs in home-entertainment, home-office, casual-dining and youth bedroom products. Based in Salt Lake City, the company manufactures a wide range of these products along with occasional and outdoor-living merchandise.

Brad Bonham, Walker Edison's president, said, "International Market Centers (parent of the World Market Center) has helped our business grow from a small e-commerce-based furniture startup to one of the fastest growing furniture companies in the world."

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